One of the banes of a web developer's existence is
browser testing. Mobile browser testing is not only tedious and
awkward, it presents a unique problem: access. Even though there
are currently two dominant mobile platforms (iOS and Android) whose
web browsers are based on Webkit, it's still nearly impossible to
have all of the mobile devices your audience may be using.
So instead of calling all of your friends to look at your new
website project on their phones, I bring good news. If you have Mac
running OS X 10.6 or later, you can use emulation to try out a
great number of variations of the two dominant platforms.