Introducing the Pre-loaded Extension feature for Chrome!

Hey, testers 👋 

Now add your favourite Chrome extensions using the Pre-loaded Extension feature before launching the test session — no more logging in and adding Chrome extensions inside virtual machines. 

Instead, the same extension will be available for you inside the test session. Additionally, you can add Chrome extensions inside the session as well. 

Give our new Pre-loaded Chrome Extension a spin!

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Local testing with Playwright, Puppeteer & Taiko, Debug using live-interaction, and more!

Hey Folks 👋 

Here are the major highlights in LambdaTest Automation testing 👇 

  • Run local tests with Playwright, Puppeteer, and Taiko.
  • Debug using live-interaction in macOS Catalina and macOS Monterey.
  • Test on the latest browsers:  
    1. macOS - Chrome 100 | Firefox 100 Beta, 99 | Edge 100, 99 | Opera 85
    2. Windows - Chrome 101 Beta, 100 | Firefox 100 Beta | Edge 101 Beta, 100, 99 | Opera 85

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Offline Custom Network throttling, the Home button for Android & iOS devices, and more!

Ahoy testers 😀 

Here is a quick rundown of the latest additions to real-time app testing on real devices 👇 

  • In real-time app testing, test apps in offline mode by setting all parameters (Download Speed, Upload Speed, and Latency) in the Custom network throttling profile to 0. 📶 
  • A Home button for Android and iOS devices is added to the left in-built tools for better accessibility. 🔼 


  • When running app tests, you can now view device information (Android/iOS) such as app name, OS, device name, screen size, resolution, viewport, and aspect ratio.  📳 

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Introducing the 'allowHosts' capability in LambdaTest Tunnel!

Hey Testers 😀 

With the latest tunnel binary release, we have added a new capability -allowHosts to provide domains that will be resolved from the LambdaTest Tunnel binary and the rest from the LambdaTest servers.

Using the -allowHosts capability will reduce latency during test execution as data will be transferred from the tunnel client. Additionally, you can use this to control the flow of traffic from a user's network.

–allowHosts <comma_separated_domains>

Shown below is an example of -allowHosts capability 👇 

./LT  --user <username> --key <secret> –allowHosts google.com,apple.com, amazon.com 
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