How to Check if your website is mobile friendly


With the increasing use of Smartphone, tablets and wearable devices, it is important to have a mobile friendly websites. More than 50% of the Internet traffic now originates from mobile devices. If your website is not mobile friendly, you are losing considerable amount of traffic. Google also gives it priority in search results ranking for mobile devices.

So, it is important to check if your website is mobile friendly or not. For this, you can use Google’s Mobile Friendly Test tool. This will tool will show you whether your website is mobile friendly or not. Just visit the tool, enter the URL and click on Analyze button.

How to Check if your website is mobile friendly

It will tell you if your website is mobile friendly.

If your website is not mobile friendly, then you should do extra efforts to make it mobile friendly. You can go with new responsive design trend. You can also have a separate mobile website and redirect mobile device users to that.

Visit to find awesome templates and themes for your website. You can also ask in comments with the CMS you are using. I will help you in finding best place to get free or low cost responsive and mobile friendly design.

Sometimes a website is responsive and mobile friendly, but usability is not good.  For instance, links may have been placed too close and it is difficult on smartphones to tap or Videos that cannot be played on mobile devices or some other reasons. So, you should also try to test if there is any usability issues. For this you can use Webmaster tools, select search traffic and then select Mobile Usability. Here, you will see details. You can also use Google’s pagespeed insight tool to see usability issues.



Written by Deepanker

Deepanker Verma is the founder of Techlomedia. He is a tech blogger, developer and gadget freak.

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