Litmus vs testmail.app: What are the differences?
What is Litmus? *Email Testing and Email Marketing Analytics *. Litmus is a testing service for web and marketing professionals. It allows people to cross-browser test their websites, and test their email newsletters across a range of email clients and spam filters.
What is testmail.app? Automate end-to-end email tests. It automates end-to-end email tests with a powerful GraphQL API and unlimited private email addresses and inboxes, test new user signups, transactional emails, drip campaigns, deliverability, spam scores, etc.
Litmus and testmail.app can be primarily classified as "Email Testing" tools.
Some of the features offered by Litmus are:
- You send us a copy of your email design, either by uploading the HTML or sending us a test email. Within a couple of minutes you'll see screenshots of your email as it's rendered by all the different email clients. Made a change? One click starts a re-test.
- PREVIEW IN REAL EMAIL CLIENTS- Litmus shows you screenshots of your email newsletter as it looks across all major email clients.
- CHECK ON MOBILE DEVICES- See your email on the most popular mobile devices. Litmus even lets you realistically scroll your email on the device.
On the other hand, testmail.app provides the following key features:
- Unlimited email addresses and inboxes
- GraphQL API with interactive GraphQL Playground
- Live queries (API waits to receive email before responding)
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Used Litmus at my previous employer and found it to be easy to use, with a great selection of email clients, and plain text. Even pretty old clients that I didn't think were around anymore! The display vs what I saw in the actual client was usually pretty accurate. Occasional differences, and can take a while to run all the tests. But, with so many clients, it's understandable.