iPhoney
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iPhoney ... Looking for a way to see how your Web creations will look on iPhone? Look no further.

iPhoney gives you a pixel-accurate Web browsing environment-powered by Safari-that you can use when developing Web sites for iPhone. It's the perfect 320 by 480-pixel canvas for your iPhone development.
What's New
Version 1.2:
  • View source to see the source code for the page you're viewing, great for checking iPhone targeted pages.
  • Localized for Norwegian (Thanks to Fredrik W.), French, and German users.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later



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ver. 1.x:
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Tatonka commented on 05 Dec 2007
too poor that it does not emulate the "original" iphone behaviour. it still uses flash...and it has not the iphone-user-agent...
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Schmelding commented on 01 Oct 2007
This isn't really an emulator and shouldn't be used for site development. It's more like a toy. It's using the same webkit of whatever version of Safari you have installed.
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MoofTheStoof commented on 24 Aug 2007
Good idea and useful, but the scale is way off. I have an iPhone and websites appear much smaller on a real iPhone.
[Version 1.2]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 24 Aug 2007
From the developer's site:

"Why is iPhoney so big on my screen?
iPhoney is pixel accurate, meaning that it has exactly the same number of pixels on its screen as iPhone. However, your display probably packs between 72 and 96 pixels in every inch, where iPhone will have 160 pixels. So iPhoney looks about twice the size of iPhone, but shows exactly the same website content as you'll see on iPhone."
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MoofTheStoof replied on 25 Aug 2007
I posted a couple photos on my Flickr page so you can see what I'm talking about. Text and layouts don't match, and can get really mismatched on some pages.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/moofthestoof/
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aljuk reviewed on 08 Jul 2007
Very cool.

It would be nice if it could open up local pages (ie. html pages on my hard-drive) while I'm developing them, without my needing to put them into my Home folder Sites folder and switch on Personal Web Sharing, but that's a small gripe.

Looking forward to future developments!
[Version 1.1]


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kiddailey reviewed on 28 Jun 2007
Nifty.
[Version 1.1]


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Downloads:5,352
Version Downloads:4,302
Type:Development : HTML
License:Free
Date:24 Aug 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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iPhoney ... Looking for a way to see how your Web creations will look on iPhone? Look no further.

iPhoney gives you a pixel-accurate Web browsing environment-powered by Safari-that you can use when developing Web sites for iPhone. It's the perfect 320 by 480-pixel canvas for your iPhone development.


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