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Property / Subscription(s) Description

CrawlerName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the crawler name when applicable. Returns NotCrawler when the device is not a crawler.

IsCrawler

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the source of the web traffic identifies itself as operating without human interaction for the purpose of monitoring the availability or performance of a web site, retrieving a response for inclusion in a search engine or is requesting structured data such as via an API. Such sources are often referred to as crawlers, bots, robots, spiders, probes, monitors or HTTP services among other terms. Where the source pretends to be a device operating with human interaction, such as a smartphone or tablet, this property will return, 'False'.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CrawlerName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the crawler name when applicable. Returns NotCrawler when the device is not a crawler.

IsCrawler

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the source of the web traffic identifies itself as operating without human interaction for the purpose of monitoring the availability or performance of a web site, retrieving a response for inclusion in a search engine or is requesting structured data such as via an API. Such sources are often referred to as crawlers, bots, robots, spiders, probes, monitors or HTTP services among other terms. Where the source pretends to be a device operating with human interaction, such as a smartphone or tablet, this property will return, 'False'.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

IsCrawler

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the source of the web traffic identifies itself as operating without human interaction for the purpose of monitoring the availability or performance of a web site, retrieving a response for inclusion in a search engine or is requesting structured data such as via an API. Such sources are often referred to as crawlers, bots, robots, spiders, probes, monitors or HTTP services among other terms. Where the source pretends to be a device operating with human interaction, such as a smartphone or tablet, this property will return, 'False'.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BackCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's back camera in megapixels. For a device that has a rotating camera the same value is returned for front and back megapixels properties.

BatteryCapacity

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the capacity of the device's standard battery in mAh. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a battery.

BitsPerPixel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of bits used to describe the colour of each individual pixel, also known as bit depth or colour depth.

CameraTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of camera types the device has. If the device has a rotating camera, this property refers to both front and back facing cameras.

ContrastRatio

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the contrast ratio of the device. This property is applicable only for TVs.

CPU

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the official name of the CPU within the SoC, e.g. ARM Cortex A9 or Krait (Qualcomm).

CPUCores

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of physical CPU cores the device has.

CPUDesigner

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the Semiconductor Company that designed the CPU.

CPUMaximumFrequency

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum frequency of the CPU of the device in gigahertz (GHz).

DeviceCertifications

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates what certifications apply to this device.

DeviceRAM

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum volatile RAM capacity of the device in megabytes (MB). Where a device has different RAM capacity options, the largest option available is returned.

DeviceRAMVariants

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the volatile RAM capacity options for the device in megabytes (MB). If no variants are found, then the value returned will be the same as "DeviceRAM".

DeviceType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates the type of the device based on values set in other properties, such as IsMobile, IsTablet, IsSmartphone, IsSmallScreen etc.

Durability

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the device's Ingress Protection Rating against dust and water (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_Code).

DynamicContrastRatio

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the dynamic contrast ratio of the device's screen. This property is applicable only for TVs.

EnergyConsumptionPerYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the annual energy consumption of the device per year in kWh. This property is applicable only for TVs.

ExpansionSlotMaxSize

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum amount of memory in gigabytes (GB) the expansion slot of the device can support.

ExpansionSlotType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the expansion slot type the device can support.

FrequencyBands

Bespoke

Indicates the list of frequency bands supported by the device.

FrontCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's front camera in megapixels. For a device that has a rotating camera the same value is returned for front and back megapixels' properties.

GPU

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the official name of the graphical chip within the SoC.

GPUDesigner

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the Semiconductor Company that designed the GPU.

HardwareAudioCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported for decoding by a Chipset. An audio codec is a program used to playback digital audio files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

HardwareAudioCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported for encoding by a Chipset. An audio codec is a program used to capture digital audio files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

HardwareCarrier

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the carrier when the device is sold by the HardwareVendor on a single carrier or as indicated via device User-Agent.

HardwareFamily

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of a group of devices that only differ by model or region but are marketed under the same name, e.g. Galaxy Tab S 10.5.

HardwareImages

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A list of images associated with the device. The string contains the caption, followed by the full image URL separated with a tab character.

HardwareModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the model name or number used primarily by the hardware vendor to identify the device, e.g.SM-T805S. When a model identifier is not available the HardwareName will be used.

HardwareModelVariants

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates all model numbers used by the hardware vendor to identify the device. This property compliments 'HardwareModel', e.g. Hardware Model Variants A1660 and A1778 correlate to the Hardware Model - iPhone 7.

HardwareName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the primary marketing name associated with the device, e.g. Xperia Z5.

HardwareProfileSource

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the source of the profile's specifications. This property will return 'Manufacturer' value if the profile data was obtained from the manufacturer of the device or the device itself. This property will return 'Authoritative' value if the profile data was not obtained from the manufacturer or the device itself but other third party sources (this may include retailers, social media, carriers, etc). This property will return 'Legacy' value if the profile data was obtained prior to 51degrees differentiating between Manufacturer and Authoritative. This property will return 'N/A' value if the profile data was not obtained due to unidentifiable User-Agent. The example profiles are: Generic Android Unknown, Unknown Tablet, etc.

HardwareRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this device model. All models are ordered by the number of events associated with that model that occurred in the sampling period. The device with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

HardwareVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that manufactures the device or primarily sells it, e.g. Samsung.

HardwareVideoCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported for decoding by a Chipset. An video codec is a program used to playback digital video files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

HardwareVideoCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported for encoding by a Chipset. An video codec is a program used to capture digital video files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

Has3DCamera

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a camera capable of taking 3D images.

Has3DScreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a screen capable of displaying 3D images.

HasCamera

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a camera.

HasClickWheel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a click wheel such as found on Apple iPod devices.

HasKeypad

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a physical numeric keypad.

HasNFC

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has embedded NFC (Near Field Communication) wireless technology.

HasQwertyPad

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a physical qwerty keyboard.

HasRemovableBattery

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a removable battery. This property is not applicable for devices that do not have batteries. Unless otherwise stated this property will return a 'False' value for tablets.

HasTouchScreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a touch screen. This property will return 'False' for a device that does not have an integrated screen.

HasTrackPad

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a trackpad or trackball. Examples of devices that support this property are the Nexus One and Blackberry Curve.

HasVirtualQwerty

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a virtual qwerty keyboard capability.

InternalStorageVariants

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the internal persistent storage (ROM capacity) options the device can be supplied with in gigabytes (GB), including the device's Operating System and bundled applications. This could also be referred to as "Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM)" or "Non Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM)". If no variants are found, then the value returned will be the same as "MaxInternalStorage".

IsConsole

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is primarily a game console, such as an Xbox or Playstation.

IsEReader

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is primarily advertised as an e-reader. If the device type is EReader then the device is not classified as a tablet.

IsHardwareGroup

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a profile which contains more than a single hardware device. When this is true all returned properties represent the default value or lowest given specification of all grouped devices. E.g. the profile representing unknown Windows 10 tablets will return true. Apple devices detected through JavascriptHardwareProfile that do not uniquely identify a device will also return true, and HardwareModelVariants will return a list of model numbers associated with that device group.

IsMediaHub

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a media hub or set top box that requires an external display(s).

IsMobile

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the device's primary data connection is wireless and the device is designed to operate mostly by battery power (e.g. mobile phone, smartphone or tablet). This property does not indicate if the device is a mobile phone or not. Laptops are not classified as mobile devices under this definition and so 'IsMobile' will be 'False'.

IsScreenFoldable

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates whether the device screen is foldable or not. If the device does not have a screen or the screen is not foldable, 'False' is returned.

IsSmallScreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a mobile with a screen size less than 2.5 inches even where the device is marketed as a Smartphone.

IsSmartPhone

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates whether the device can make and receive phone calls, has a screen size greater than or equal to 2.5 inches, runs a modern operating system (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry etc.), is not designed to be a wearable technology and is marketed by the vendor as a Smartphone.

IsSmartWatch

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a web enabled computerised wristwatch with other capabilities beyond timekeeping, such as push notifications. It runs on a Smart Operating System i.e. Android, WatchOS, Tizen, Ubuntu Touch and is designed to be wearable technology.

IsTablet

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is primarily marketed as a tablet or phablet and has a screen size equal to or greater than 7 inches.

IsTv

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a TV running on a smart operating system e.g. Android.

JavascriptHardwareProfile

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

JavaScript that can override the profile found by the server using information on the client device. This property is applicable for Apple devices which do not provide information about the model in the User-Agent string.

MaxInternalStorage

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum amount of internal persistent storage (ROM capacity) with which the device is supplied in gigabytes (GB), including the space used by the device's Operating System and bundled applications. This could also be referred to as "Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM)" or "Non Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM)". Where a device has different internal storage options, the largest option available is returned.

MaxNumberOfSIMCards

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum number of "Universal Integrated Circuit Cards (UICC - more commonly known as, SIM)" the device can support including both removable and embedded. If the device doesn't support any UICC then a value of '0' is returned.

MaxStandbyTime

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum standby time of the device in hours. This property is not applicable for a device without a battery.

MaxTalkTime

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum talk time of the device in minutes. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a battery or support phone calls.

MaxUsageTime

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum general usage time of the device in minutes. This property is not applicable for a device without a battery.

NativeBrand

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the 'Retail Branding' value returned for Android Google Play native applications, when the android.os.Build.BRAND javascript is used to display the class. This property is not applicable for hardware running on operating systems other than Android.

NativeDevice

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the 'Device' value returned for Android Google Play native applications, when the android.os.Build.DEVICE javascript is used to display the class. This property is not applicable for hardware running on operating systems other than Android.

NativeModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the 'Model' value returned for Android Google Play native applications, when the android.os.Build.MODEL javascript is used to display the class. For Apple devices this property refers to the device identifier which appears in the native application from the developer usage log, for example 'iPad5,4'.

NativeName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

NativeName Refers to the 'Marketing Name' value that a device is registered with on the Google Play service. This property is not applicable for hardware running on operating systems other than Android.

NativePlatform

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the mobile operating system (iOS, Android) for which an application program has been developed to be used by a device.

NumberOfScreens

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of screens the device has. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen.

OEM

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that manufactures the device.

OnPowerConsumption

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the power consumption of the device while switched on. This property is applicable only for TVs.

PriceBand

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a price range describing the recommended retail price of the device at the date of release, inclusive of tax (where applicable). Prices are in United States Dollars (USD); if the price is not originally in USD it will be converted to USD using the relevant exchange rate at the time of launch. Prices are for the SIM-free version of the device (if applicable). In cases where there are several versions of the same model of the device, the price will reflect the device that was used to populate the specifications.

Profiles

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RefreshRate

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of frames per second the television can display in Hertz. This property is applicable only for TVs.

ReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the device since the ReleaseYear and ReleaseMonth.

ReleaseMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the month in which the device was released or the month in which the device was first seen by 51Degrees (if the release date cannot be identified).

ReleaseYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the year in which the device was released or the year in which the device was first seen by 51Degrees (if the release date cannot be identified).

SatelliteNavigationTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the device's supported satellite navigation types.

ScreenInchesDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's screen in inches. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen.

ScreenInchesDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's screen in inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenInchesHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the height of the device's screen in inches. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenInchesSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's screen in square inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenInchesWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the width of the device's screen in inches. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the diagonal size of the screen of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicate the diagonal size of the device's screen in millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the screen height of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's screen in square millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the screen width of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenPixelsHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the height of the device's screen in pixels.This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen. For devices such as tablets or TV which are predominantly used in landscape mode, the pixel height will be the smaller value compared to the pixel width.

ScreenPixelsWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the width of the device's screen in pixels. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen. For devices such as tablets or TV which are predominantly used in landscape mode, the pixel width will be the larger value compared to the pixel height.

ScreenType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the screen type of the device. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have an integrated screen, e.g. a media hub. If the device manufacturer or vendor does not specify what the screen type of the device is then it is assumed the device has an LCD screen.

SecondBackCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's second back camera in megapixels.

SecondFrontCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's second front camera in megapixels.

SecondScreenInchesDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's second screen in inches. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's second screen in inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the height of the device's second screen in inches. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's second screen in square inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the width of the device's second screen in inches. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the diagonal size of the second screen of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicate the diagonal size of the device's second screen in millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the second screen height of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's second screen in square millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the second screen width of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenPixelsHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the height of the device's second screen in pixels. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a second screen.

SecondScreenPixelsWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the width of the device's second screen in pixels. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a second screen.

SoC

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the primary marketing name of the System on Chip (chipset) which includes the CPU, GPU and modem. e.g. Snapdragon S4

SoCDesigner

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the Semiconductor Company that designed the System on Chip (chipset) e.g. Qualcomm, Intel or Mediatek.

SoCModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the official model of the System on Chip (chipset) e.g. MSM8625, MT8312.

SpecificAbsorbtionRateEU

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The Specific Absorbtion Rate (SAR) is a measure of the rate at which energy is absorbed by the human body when exposed by a radio frequency electromagnetic field. This property contains values in Watts per Kilogram (W/kg) in accordance with the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC).

SpecificAbsorbtionRateUS

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The Specific Absorbtion Rate (SAR) is a measure of the rate at which energy is absorbed by the human body when exposed by a radio frequency electromagnetic field. This property contains values in Watts per Kilogram (W/kg) in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

SuggestedImageButtonHeightMms

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a button in millimetres. Ensures the button is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen. Assumes the actual device DPI (Dots Per Inch) is being used.

SuggestedImageButtonHeightPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a button in millimetres. Ensures the button is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen.

SuggestedLinkSizePixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a hyperlink in pixels. Ensures the link is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen. Assumes the actual device DPI is being used.

SuggestedLinkSizePoints

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a hyperlink in points. Ensures the link is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen.

SupportedBearers

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicate the list of wireless data technologies supported by the device, including Bluetooth. If the device supports phone calls, the SMS value is also returned.

SupportedBluetoothVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the highest version of Bluetooth the device supports.

SupportedCameraFeatures

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of features the device's camera supports.

SupportedChargerTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of charger types supported by the device. For devices that operate via mains power only, e.g. TVs, MediaHubs (which technically aren't being charged) this property is not applicable.

SupportedI/O

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of input and output communications the device can support, for example 3.5mm audio jack, micro-USB etc.

SupportedSensorTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of sensors supported by the device. This property may be not applicable for devices without sensors, such as most feature phones and media hubs.

SupportedSIMCardTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates whether the "Universal Integrated Circuit Card (UICC - more commonly known as, SIM)" is removable or embedded. If removable, the form factor of the UICC is returned.

Supports24p

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device supports 24p; a video format that operates at 24 frames per second. This property is applicable only for TVs.

SupportsPhoneCalls

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device can receive and make telephone calls using available bearers without any additional software such as VoIP. Devices that support voice calls do not necessarily support phone calls.

SupportsWiDi

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device supports Wireless Display Technology. This property is only applicable for TVs.

TAC

Bespoke

Indicates the Type Allocation Code (TAC) for devices supporting GSM/3GPP networks which come from multiple sources. This property will return 'N/A' if we cannot determine the device TAC authenticy.

WeightWithBattery

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the weight of the device with battery in grams.

WeightWithoutBattery

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the weight of the device without battery in grams.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BatteryCapacity

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the capacity of the device's standard battery in mAh. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a battery.

HasRemovableBattery

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a removable battery. This property is not applicable for devices that do not have batteries. Unless otherwise stated this property will return a 'False' value for tablets.

MaxStandbyTime

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum standby time of the device in hours. This property is not applicable for a device without a battery.

MaxTalkTime

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum talk time of the device in minutes. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a battery or support phone calls.

MaxUsageTime

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum general usage time of the device in minutes. This property is not applicable for a device without a battery.

SupportedChargerTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of charger types supported by the device. For devices that operate via mains power only, e.g. TVs, MediaHubs (which technically aren't being charged) this property is not applicable.

WeightWithBattery

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the weight of the device with battery in grams.

WeightWithoutBattery

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the weight of the device without battery in grams.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BackCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's back camera in megapixels. For a device that has a rotating camera the same value is returned for front and back megapixels properties.

CameraTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of camera types the device has. If the device has a rotating camera, this property refers to both front and back facing cameras.

FrontCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's front camera in megapixels. For a device that has a rotating camera the same value is returned for front and back megapixels' properties.

Has3DCamera

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a camera capable of taking 3D images.

HasCamera

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a camera.

SecondBackCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's second back camera in megapixels.

SecondFrontCameraMegaPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the resolution of the device's second front camera in megapixels.

SupportedCameraFeatures

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of features the device's camera supports.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

HardwareAudioCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported for decoding by a Chipset. An audio codec is a program used to playback digital audio files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

HardwareAudioCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported for encoding by a Chipset. An audio codec is a program used to capture digital audio files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

HardwareVideoCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported for decoding by a Chipset. An video codec is a program used to playback digital video files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

HardwareVideoCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported for encoding by a Chipset. An video codec is a program used to capture digital video files. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

FrequencyBands

Bespoke

Indicates the list of frequency bands supported by the device.

HasNFC

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has embedded NFC (Near Field Communication) wireless technology.

SatelliteNavigationTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the device's supported satellite navigation types.

SupportedBearers

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicate the list of wireless data technologies supported by the device, including Bluetooth. If the device supports phone calls, the SMS value is also returned.

SupportedBluetoothVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the highest version of Bluetooth the device supports.

SupportedI/O

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of input and output communications the device can support, for example 3.5mm audio jack, micro-USB etc.

SupportsPhoneCalls

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device can receive and make telephone calls using available bearers without any additional software such as VoIP. Devices that support voice calls do not necessarily support phone calls.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

ReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the device since the ReleaseYear and ReleaseMonth.

ReleaseMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the month in which the device was released or the month in which the device was first seen by 51Degrees (if the release date cannot be identified).

ReleaseYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the year in which the device was released or the year in which the device was first seen by 51Degrees (if the release date cannot be identified).

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates the type of the device based on values set in other properties, such as IsMobile, IsTablet, IsSmartphone, IsSmallScreen etc.

IsConsole

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is primarily a game console, such as an Xbox or Playstation.

IsEReader

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is primarily advertised as an e-reader. If the device type is EReader then the device is not classified as a tablet.

IsHardwareGroup

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a profile which contains more than a single hardware device. When this is true all returned properties represent the default value or lowest given specification of all grouped devices. E.g. the profile representing unknown Windows 10 tablets will return true. Apple devices detected through JavascriptHardwareProfile that do not uniquely identify a device will also return true, and HardwareModelVariants will return a list of model numbers associated with that device group.

IsMediaHub

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a media hub or set top box that requires an external display(s).

IsMobile

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the device's primary data connection is wireless and the device is designed to operate mostly by battery power (e.g. mobile phone, smartphone or tablet). This property does not indicate if the device is a mobile phone or not. Laptops are not classified as mobile devices under this definition and so 'IsMobile' will be 'False'.

IsScreenFoldable

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates whether the device screen is foldable or not. If the device does not have a screen or the screen is not foldable, 'False' is returned.

IsSmallScreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a mobile with a screen size less than 2.5 inches even where the device is marketed as a Smartphone.

IsSmartPhone

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates whether the device can make and receive phone calls, has a screen size greater than or equal to 2.5 inches, runs a modern operating system (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry etc.), is not designed to be a wearable technology and is marketed by the vendor as a Smartphone.

IsSmartWatch

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a web enabled computerised wristwatch with other capabilities beyond timekeeping, such as push notifications. It runs on a Smart Operating System i.e. Android, WatchOS, Tizen, Ubuntu Touch and is designed to be wearable technology.

IsTablet

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is primarily marketed as a tablet or phablet and has a screen size equal to or greater than 7 inches.

IsTv

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates if the device is a TV running on a smart operating system e.g. Android.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

HasClickWheel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a click wheel such as found on Apple iPod devices.

HasKeypad

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a physical numeric keypad.

HasQwertyPad

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a physical qwerty keyboard.

HasTouchScreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a touch screen. This property will return 'False' for a device that does not have an integrated screen.

HasTrackPad

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a trackpad or trackball. Examples of devices that support this property are the Nexus One and Blackberry Curve.

HasVirtualQwerty

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a virtual qwerty keyboard capability.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

JavascriptHardwareProfile

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

JavaScript that can override the profile found by the server using information on the client device. This property is applicable for Apple devices which do not provide information about the model in the User-Agent string.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceRAM

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum volatile RAM capacity of the device in megabytes (MB). Where a device has different RAM capacity options, the largest option available is returned.

DeviceRAMVariants

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the volatile RAM capacity options for the device in megabytes (MB). If no variants are found, then the value returned will be the same as "DeviceRAM".

ExpansionSlotMaxSize

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum amount of memory in gigabytes (GB) the expansion slot of the device can support.

ExpansionSlotType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the expansion slot type the device can support.

InternalStorageVariants

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the internal persistent storage (ROM capacity) options the device can be supplied with in gigabytes (GB), including the device's Operating System and bundled applications. This could also be referred to as "Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM)" or "Non Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM)". If no variants are found, then the value returned will be the same as "MaxInternalStorage".

MaxInternalStorage

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum amount of internal persistent storage (ROM capacity) with which the device is supplied in gigabytes (GB), including the space used by the device's Operating System and bundled applications. This could also be referred to as "Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory (EEPROM)" or "Non Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM)". Where a device has different internal storage options, the largest option available is returned.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

HardwareCarrier

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the carrier when the device is sold by the HardwareVendor on a single carrier or as indicated via device User-Agent.

HardwareFamily

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of a group of devices that only differ by model or region but are marketed under the same name, e.g. Galaxy Tab S 10.5.

HardwareModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the model name or number used primarily by the hardware vendor to identify the device, e.g.SM-T805S. When a model identifier is not available the HardwareName will be used.

HardwareModelVariants

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates all model numbers used by the hardware vendor to identify the device. This property compliments 'HardwareModel', e.g. Hardware Model Variants A1660 and A1778 correlate to the Hardware Model - iPhone 7.

HardwareName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the primary marketing name associated with the device, e.g. Xperia Z5.

HardwareVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that manufactures the device or primarily sells it, e.g. Samsung.

OEM

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that manufactures the device.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

NativeBrand

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the 'Retail Branding' value returned for Android Google Play native applications, when the android.os.Build.BRAND javascript is used to display the class. This property is not applicable for hardware running on operating systems other than Android.

NativeDevice

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the 'Device' value returned for Android Google Play native applications, when the android.os.Build.DEVICE javascript is used to display the class. This property is not applicable for hardware running on operating systems other than Android.

NativeModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the 'Model' value returned for Android Google Play native applications, when the android.os.Build.MODEL javascript is used to display the class. For Apple devices this property refers to the device identifier which appears in the native application from the developer usage log, for example 'iPad5,4'.

NativeName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

NativeName Refers to the 'Marketing Name' value that a device is registered with on the Google Play service. This property is not applicable for hardware running on operating systems other than Android.

NativePlatform

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the mobile operating system (iOS, Android) for which an application program has been developed to be used by a device.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceCertifications

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates what certifications apply to this device.

HardwareImages

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A list of images associated with the device. The string contains the caption, followed by the full image URL separated with a tab character.

HardwareProfileSource

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the source of the profile's specifications. This property will return 'Manufacturer' value if the profile data was obtained from the manufacturer of the device or the device itself. This property will return 'Authoritative' value if the profile data was not obtained from the manufacturer or the device itself but other third party sources (this may include retailers, social media, carriers, etc). This property will return 'Legacy' value if the profile data was obtained prior to 51degrees differentiating between Manufacturer and Authoritative. This property will return 'N/A' value if the profile data was not obtained due to unidentifiable User-Agent. The example profiles are: Generic Android Unknown, Unknown Tablet, etc.

TAC

Bespoke

Indicates the Type Allocation Code (TAC) for devices supporting GSM/3GPP networks which come from multiple sources. This property will return 'N/A' if we cannot determine the device TAC authenticy.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud)

Indicates the type of the device based on values set in other properties, such as IsMobile, IsTablet, IsSmartphone, IsSmallScreen etc.

HardwareModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the model name or number used primarily by the hardware vendor to identify the device, e.g.SM-T805S. When a model identifier is not available the HardwareName will be used.

HardwareName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the primary marketing name associated with the device, e.g. Xperia Z5.

HardwareRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this device model. All models are ordered by the number of events associated with that model that occurred in the sampling period. The device with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

HardwareVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that manufactures the device or primarily sells it, e.g. Samsung.

IsMobile

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the device's primary data connection is wireless and the device is designed to operate mostly by battery power (e.g. mobile phone, smartphone or tablet). This property does not indicate if the device is a mobile phone or not. Laptops are not classified as mobile devices under this definition and so 'IsMobile' will be 'False'.

PriceBand

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a price range describing the recommended retail price of the device at the date of release, inclusive of tax (where applicable). Prices are in United States Dollars (USD); if the price is not originally in USD it will be converted to USD using the relevant exchange rate at the time of launch. Prices are for the SIM-free version of the device (if applicable). In cases where there are several versions of the same model of the device, the price will reflect the device that was used to populate the specifications.

ReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the device since the ReleaseYear and ReleaseMonth.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

PriceBand

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a price range describing the recommended retail price of the device at the date of release, inclusive of tax (where applicable). Prices are in United States Dollars (USD); if the price is not originally in USD it will be converted to USD using the relevant exchange rate at the time of launch. Prices are for the SIM-free version of the device (if applicable). In cases where there are several versions of the same model of the device, the price will reflect the device that was used to populate the specifications.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CPU

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the official name of the CPU within the SoC, e.g. ARM Cortex A9 or Krait (Qualcomm).

CPUCores

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of physical CPU cores the device has.

CPUDesigner

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the Semiconductor Company that designed the CPU.

CPUMaximumFrequency

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum frequency of the CPU of the device in gigahertz (GHz).

GPU

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the official name of the graphical chip within the SoC.

GPUDesigner

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the Semiconductor Company that designed the GPU.

SoC

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the primary marketing name of the System on Chip (chipset) which includes the CPU, GPU and modem. e.g. Snapdragon S4

SoCDesigner

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the Semiconductor Company that designed the System on Chip (chipset) e.g. Qualcomm, Intel or Mediatek.

SoCModel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the official model of the System on Chip (chipset) e.g. MSM8625, MT8312.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Durability

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the device's Ingress Protection Rating against dust and water (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_Code).

SpecificAbsorbtionRateEU

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The Specific Absorbtion Rate (SAR) is a measure of the rate at which energy is absorbed by the human body when exposed by a radio frequency electromagnetic field. This property contains values in Watts per Kilogram (W/kg) in accordance with the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC).

SpecificAbsorbtionRateUS

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The Specific Absorbtion Rate (SAR) is a measure of the rate at which energy is absorbed by the human body when exposed by a radio frequency electromagnetic field. This property contains values in Watts per Kilogram (W/kg) in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BitsPerPixel

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of bits used to describe the colour of each individual pixel, also known as bit depth or colour depth.

Has3DScreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device has a screen capable of displaying 3D images.

NumberOfScreens

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of screens the device has. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen.

ScreenInchesDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's screen in inches. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen.

ScreenInchesDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's screen in inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenInchesHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the height of the device's screen in inches. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenInchesSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's screen in square inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenInchesWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the width of the device's screen in inches. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the diagonal size of the screen of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicate the diagonal size of the device's screen in millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the screen height of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's screen in square millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'Unknown' for desktop or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenMMWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the screen width of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'Unknown' for desktops or for devices which do not have an integrated screen.

ScreenPixelsHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the height of the device's screen in pixels.This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen. For devices such as tablets or TV which are predominantly used in landscape mode, the pixel height will be the smaller value compared to the pixel width.

ScreenPixelsWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the width of the device's screen in pixels. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a screen. For devices such as tablets or TV which are predominantly used in landscape mode, the pixel width will be the larger value compared to the pixel height.

ScreenType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the screen type of the device. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have an integrated screen, e.g. a media hub. If the device manufacturer or vendor does not specify what the screen type of the device is then it is assumed the device has an LCD screen.

SecondScreenInchesDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's second screen in inches. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the diagonal size of the device's second screen in inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the height of the device's second screen in inches. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's second screen in square inches rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenInchesWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the width of the device's second screen in inches. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMDiagonal

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the diagonal size of the second screen of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMDiagonalRounded

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicate the diagonal size of the device's second screen in millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the second screen height of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMSquare

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the area of the device's second screen in square millimetres rounded to the nearest whole number. This property will return the value 'N/A' for desktop or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenMMWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the second screen width of the device in millimetres. This property will return 'N/A' for desktops or for devices which do not have a second screen.

SecondScreenPixelsHeight

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the height of the device's second screen in pixels. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a second screen.

SecondScreenPixelsWidth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the width of the device's second screen in pixels. This property is not applicable for a device that does not have a second screen.

SuggestedImageButtonHeightMms

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a button in millimetres. Ensures the button is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen. Assumes the actual device DPI (Dots Per Inch) is being used.

SuggestedImageButtonHeightPixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a button in millimetres. Ensures the button is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen.

SuggestedLinkSizePixels

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a hyperlink in pixels. Ensures the link is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen. Assumes the actual device DPI is being used.

SuggestedLinkSizePoints

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the suggested optimum height of a hyperlink in points. Ensures the link is touchable on a touch screen and not too large on a non-touch screen.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

SupportedSensorTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the list of sensors supported by the device. This property may be not applicable for devices without sensors, such as most feature phones and media hubs.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

MaxNumberOfSIMCards

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the maximum number of "Universal Integrated Circuit Cards (UICC - more commonly known as, SIM)" the device can support including both removable and embedded. If the device doesn't support any UICC then a value of '0' is returned.

SupportedSIMCardTypes

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates whether the "Universal Integrated Circuit Card (UICC - more commonly known as, SIM)" is removable or embedded. If removable, the form factor of the UICC is returned.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

HardwareRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this device model. All models are ordered by the number of events associated with that model that occurred in the sampling period. The device with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

ContrastRatio

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the contrast ratio of the device. This property is applicable only for TVs.

DynamicContrastRatio

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the dynamic contrast ratio of the device's screen. This property is applicable only for TVs.

EnergyConsumptionPerYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the annual energy consumption of the device per year in kWh. This property is applicable only for TVs.

OnPowerConsumption

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the power consumption of the device while switched on. This property is applicable only for TVs.

RefreshRate

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the number of frames per second the television can display in Hertz. This property is applicable only for TVs.

Supports24p

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device supports 24p; a video format that operates at 24 frames per second. This property is applicable only for TVs.

SupportsWiDi

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the device supports Wireless Display Technology. This property is only applicable for TVs.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Profiles

All

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Building

All

Country

All

Country

All

County

All

County

All

Javascript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Javascript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Region

All

Region

All

Road

All

Road

All

State

All

State

All

StreetNumber

All

Town

All

Town

All

ZipCode

All

ZipCode

All

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Javascript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Javascript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Building

All

Country

All

Country

All

County

All

County

All

Region

All

Region

All

Road

All

Road

All

State

All

State

All

StreetNumber

All

Town

All

Town

All

ZipCode

All

ZipCode

All

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Country

All

Country

All

Town

All

Town

All

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceId

All

Consists of four components separated by a hyphen symbol: Hardware-Platform-Browser-IsCrawler where each Component represents an ID of the corresponding Profile.

Difference

All

Used when detection method is not Exact or None. This is an integer value and the larger the value the less confident the detector is in this result.

Drift

All

Total difference in character positions where the substrings hashes were found away from where they were expected.

Iterations

All

The number of iterations carried out in order to find a match. This is the number of nodes in the graph which have been visited.

MatchedNodes

All

Indicates the number of hash nodes matched within the evidence.

Method

All

The method used to determine the match result.

UserAgents

All

The matched User-Agents.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceId

All

Consists of four components separated by a hyphen symbol: Hardware-Platform-Browser-IsCrawler where each Component represents an ID of the corresponding Profile.

Difference

All

Used when detection method is not Exact or None. This is an integer value and the larger the value the less confident the detector is in this result.

Drift

All

Total difference in character positions where the substrings hashes were found away from where they were expected.

Iterations

All

The number of iterations carried out in order to find a match. This is the number of nodes in the graph which have been visited.

MatchedNodes

All

Indicates the number of hash nodes matched within the evidence.

Method

All

The method used to determine the match result.

UserAgents

All

The matched User-Agents.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceId

All

Consists of four components separated by a hyphen symbol: Hardware-Platform-Browser-IsCrawler where each Component represents an ID of the corresponding Profile.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CcppAccept

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Stands for Composite Capability/Preference Profiles. Refers to the list of MIME types supported by the operating system. The list does not include MIME types that are only enabled through the use of 3rd party applications.

CLDC

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which version of the Connected Limited Device Configuration the device supports for use with Java ME.

MIDP

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which version of Mobile Information Device Profile the device supports, used with Java ME and CLDC.

PlatformDiscontinuedAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the operating system since the PlatformReleaseYear and PlatformReleaseMonth.

PlatformDiscontinuedMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which further development for the platform version is stopped by the platform vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the platform is released.

PlatformDiscontinuedYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which further development for the platform version is stopped by the platform vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the platform is released.

PlatformName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the name of the operating system the device is using.

PlatformPreviewAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the operating system since the PlatformPreviewYear and PlatformPreviewMonth.

PlatformPreviewMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the platform version was originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the platform vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

PlatformPreviewYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the platform version was originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the platform vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

PlatformRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this software platform (i.e. OS and version). All platforms are ordered by the number of events associated with that platform that occurred in the sampling period. The platform with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

PlatformReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the operating system since the PlatformReleaseYear and PlatformReleaseMonth.

PlatformReleaseMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the platform version was officially released to users by the platform vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer version will have been fixed for this release.

PlatformReleaseYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the platform version was officially released to users by the platform vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer Version will have been fixed for this release.

PlatformVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that developed the operating system.

PlatformVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the version or subversion of the software platform.

SoftwareAudioCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for playback on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

SoftwareAudioCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for capture on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

SoftwareVideoCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for playback on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

SoftwareVideoCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for capture on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

StreamingAccept

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A list of MIME types the device can stream. The list does not include MIME types that are only supported through the use of 3rd party applications.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CcppAccept

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Stands for Composite Capability/Preference Profiles. Refers to the list of MIME types supported by the operating system. The list does not include MIME types that are only enabled through the use of 3rd party applications.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

SoftwareAudioCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for playback on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

SoftwareAudioCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of audio codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for capture on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

SoftwareVideoCodecsDecode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for playback on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

SoftwareVideoCodecsEncode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the list of video codecs supported by an operating system. This list of codecs is supported for capture on a basic software installation. The values of this property are the codec's common name.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

PlatformDiscontinuedAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the operating system since the PlatformReleaseYear and PlatformReleaseMonth.

PlatformDiscontinuedMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which further development for the platform version is stopped by the platform vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the platform is released.

PlatformDiscontinuedYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which further development for the platform version is stopped by the platform vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the platform is released.

PlatformPreviewAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the operating system since the PlatformPreviewYear and PlatformPreviewMonth.

PlatformPreviewMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the platform version was originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the platform vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

PlatformPreviewYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the platform version was originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the platform vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

PlatformReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the operating system since the PlatformReleaseYear and PlatformReleaseMonth.

PlatformReleaseMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the platform version was officially released to users by the platform vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer version will have been fixed for this release.

PlatformReleaseYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the platform version was officially released to users by the platform vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer Version will have been fixed for this release.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

StreamingAccept

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A list of MIME types the device can stream. The list does not include MIME types that are only supported through the use of 3rd party applications.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CLDC

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which version of the Connected Limited Device Configuration the device supports for use with Java ME.

MIDP

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which version of Mobile Information Device Profile the device supports, used with Java ME and CLDC.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

PlatformName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the name of the operating system the device is using.

PlatformVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that developed the operating system.

PlatformVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the version or subversion of the software platform.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

PlatformName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the name of the operating system the device is using.

PlatformVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company that developed the operating system.

PlatformVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the version or subversion of the software platform.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

PlatformRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this software platform (i.e. OS and version). All platforms are ordered by the number of events associated with that platform that occurred in the sampling period. The platform with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

AjaxRequestType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates what ajax request format should be used.

AnimationTiming

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports 'window.requestAnimationFrame()' method.

BlobBuilder

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser fully supports BlobBuilder, containing a BlobBuilder interface, a FileSaver interface, a FileWriter interface, and a FileWriterSync interface.

BrowserDiscontinuedAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the browser since the BrowserDiscontinuedYear and BrowserDiscontinuedMonth.

BrowserDiscontinuedMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which further development of the browser version is stopped by the browser vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the brower is released.

BrowserDiscontinuedYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which further development of the browser version is stopped by the browser vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the brower is released.

BrowserName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the name of the browser. Many mobile browsers, by default, come with an operating system (OS). Unless specifically named, these browsers are named after the accompanying OS and/or the layout engine.

BrowserPreviewAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the browser since the BrowserPreviewYear and BrowserPreviewMonth.

BrowserPreviewMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the browser version is originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the browser vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

BrowserPreviewYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the browser version is originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the browser vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

BrowserPropertySource

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the source from which browser properties have been validated. Primary browser data are retrieved from the internal test and populated manually, then they might be validated against an external source such as Caniuse or RingMark.

BrowserRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this browser version. All browsers are ordered by the number of events associated with that browser that occurred in the sampling period. The browser with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

BrowserReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the browser since the BrowserReleaseYear and BrowserReleaseMonth.

BrowserReleaseMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the browser version is officially released to users by the browser vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer Version will have been fixed for this release.

BrowserReleaseYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the browser version is officially released to users by the browser vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer Version will have been fixed for this release.

BrowserVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company which created the browser.

BrowserVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the version or subversion of the browser.

Canvas

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the canvas element, useful for drawing graphics via scripting (usually JavaScript).

CookiesCapable

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports http Cookies. However, the user may have disabled Cookies in their own configuration. Where data cannot be validated, it is assumed that the browser supports cookies.

CssBackground

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 background properties (such as background-image, background-color, etc.) that allow styling of the border and the background of an object, and create a shadow effect.

CssBorderImage

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports border images, allowing decoration of the border around an object.

CssCanvas

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser can draw CSS images into a Canvas.

CssColor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 Color, allowing author control of the foreground colour and opacity of an element.

CssColumn

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 columns for setting column- width and column-count.

CssFlexbox

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports flexbox, allowing the automatic reordering of elements on the page when accessed from devices with different screen sizes.

CssFont

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 fonts, including non-standard fonts, e.g. @font-face.

CssGrid

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports all CSS grid properties.

CssImages

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 images, allowing for fall-back images, gradients and other effects.

CssMediaQueries

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports MediaQueries for dynamic CSS that uses the @media rule.

CssMinMax

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the CSS 'min-width' and 'max-width' element.

CssOverflow

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports overflowing of clipped blocks.

CssPosition

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS position, allowing for different box placement algorithms, e.g. static, relative, absolute, fixed and initial.

CssText

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports all CSS3 text features including: text-overflow, word-wrap and word-break.

CssTransforms

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports 2D transformations in CSS3 including rotating, scaling, etc. This property includes support for both transform and transform-origin properties.

CssTransitions

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 transitions elements, used for animating changes to properties.

CssUI

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS UI stylings, including text-overflow, css3-boxsizing and pointer properties.

DataSet

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser has the ability to embed custom data attributes on all HTML elements using the 'data-' prefix.

DataUrl

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser allows encoded data to be contained in a URL.

DeviceOrientation

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports DOM events for device orientation, e.g. 'deviceorientation', 'devicemotion' and 'compassneedscalibration'.

Fetch

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the Fetch API.

FileReader

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports file reading with events to show progress and errors.

FileSaver

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser allows Blobs to be saved to client machines with events to show progress and errors. The End-User may opt to decline these files.

FileWriter

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser allows files to be saved to client machines with events to show progress and errors. The End-User may opt to decline these files.

FormData

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'FormData' object. This property also refers to XMLHttpRequest. If the browser supports 'xhr2', the 'FormData' element will be also supported.

Fullscreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports requests from a video or canvas element to be displayed in full-screen mode.

GeoLocation

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports a feature to acquire the geographical location. For information on which GeoLoc API the browser supports, refer to another property called JavaScriptPreferredGeoLocApi.

History

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser stores the session history for a web page that contains the URLs visited by the browser's user.

Html5

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the new markup in HTML 5 that also refers to 'New Semantic Elements' such as <header>, <nav>, <section>, <aside>,<footer> etc.

Html5Audio

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Lists what audio formats, if any, the browser supports using the HTML5 <audio> tag.

Html5Video

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Lists what video formats, if any, the browser supports using the HTLM5 <video> tag.

Html-Media-Capture

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser is able to use media inputs, e.g. webcam and microphone, in a script and as an input for forms, e.g. '&lt;input type="file" accept="image/*" id="capture"&gt;' would prompt image- capturing software to open.

HtmlVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the latest version of HyperText Markup Language (HTML) supported by the browser.

Http2

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports HTTP version 2.

HttpLiveStreaming

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports HTTP Live Streaming, also known as HLS.

Iframe

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'Iframe' element, used to embed another document within a current HTML document.

IndexedDB

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports an indexed local database.

InVRMode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if a web page is accessed through a VR headset.

IsDataMinimising

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser may be optimised for low bandwidth. A true value indicates the browser supports a feature that can improve performance on low bandwidth connections, either via the removal of elements, features, a proxy or other methods.

IsEmailBrowser

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the application is an email browser (Outlook, Gmail, YahooMail, etc.) that is primarily used to access and manage emails (usually from mobile devices).

IsEmulatingDesktop

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the mobile device accessing a web page emulates a desktop computer. This property is not applicable for desktops, media hubs, TVs and consoles.

IsEmulatingDevice

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a browser that does not correctly identify the physical hardware device and instead reports an emulated device.

IsWebApp

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if a web page is accessed from an application whose main function is not browsing the World Wide Web or managing emails, e.g. the Facebook App. The application must be downloaded and installed onto the device from an app marketplace such as Apple's App Store or the Google Play Store, or via a third party as an .apk file or similar. This property will return a 'False' value for mobile browsers such as Chrome Mobile or email browsers (such as Hotmail).

Javascript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports JavaScript.

JavascriptCanManipulateCSS

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript that can manipulate CSS on the browser's web page.

JavascriptCanManipulateDOM

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript that can manipulate the Document Object Model on the browser's web page.

JavascriptGetElementById

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports JavaScript that is able to access HTML elements from their ID using the getElementById method.

JavascriptPreferredGeoLocApi

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which GeoLoc API JavaScript the browser supports. If a browser supports a feature to acquire the user's geographical location, another property called 'GeoLocation' will be set to True.

JavascriptSupportsEventListener

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser allows registration of event listeners on event targets by using the addEventListener() method.

JavascriptSupportsEvents

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript events 'onload', 'onclick' and 'onselect'.

JavascriptSupportsInnerHtml

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript that is able to insert HTML into a DIV tag.

JavascriptVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which JavaScript version the browser uses. The number refers to JavaScript versioning, not ECMAscript or Jscript. If the browser doesn't support JavaScript then 'NotSupported' value is returned.

Jpeg2000

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the browser supports JPEG 2000 image format.

jQueryMobileSupport

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the grade of the level the device has with the jQuery Mobile Framework, as posted by jQuery.

Json

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'JSON' object. This property may need a vendor prefix, e.g. webkit, moz, etc.

LayoutEngine

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Refers to the name of the embedded technology the browser uses to display formatted content on the screen.

Masking

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the CSS-mask element that allows users to alter the visibility of an item by either partially or fully hiding the item.

Meter

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports a meter element that represents a scalar measurement within a known range or fractional value. This property does not indicate whether the browser supports the progress bar indication. For this purpose, the progress property should be used.

PostMessage

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports messages between different documents.

Preload

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser can prefetch resources without executing them.

Progress

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports progress reports, such as with HTTP requests. The progress element can be used to display the progress of the task. This property doesn't represent a scalar measurement. If the browser supports a gauge, the meter property should be used.

Promise

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the level of support for the Promise object. The Promise object represents the eventual completion (or failure) of an asynchronous operation, and its resulting value.

Prompts

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports simple dialogues (window.alert, window.confirm and window.prompt).

ScreenPixelsHeightJavaScript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (On-premise)

JavaScript that can override the property value found by the server using information on the client device. This property is applicable for browsers that support screen pixels height cookie.

ScreenPixelsWidthJavaScript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (On-premise)

JavaScript that can override the property value found by the server using information on the client device. This property is applicable for browsers that support screen pixels width cookie.

Selector

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the querySelector() method that returns the first element matching a specified CSS selector(s) in the document.

SupportsTls/Ssl

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports TLS or SSL, essential for secure protocols such as HTTPS.

SupportsWebGL

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports WebGL technology to generate hardware-accelerated 3D graphics.

Svg

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports SVG (scalable vector graphics), useful for 2D animations and applications where all objects within the SVG can be accessed via the DOM and can have assigned event listener elements.

TouchEvents

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the method of registering and interpreting finder (or stylus) activity on touch screens or trackpads.

Track

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports a method of tracking text being played with media, e.g. subtitles and captions.

Video

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'Video' element for playing videos on web pages without requiring a plug-in.

Viewport

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports Viewport, to give control over view for different screen sizes and resolutions of devices accessing a website.

WebP

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the WebP image format.

WebWorkers

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports background workers in JavaScript.

Xhr2

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports client-to-server communication with XmlHttpRequests. If the browser supports 'Xhr2' will also support 'DataForm' element. This property may need a vendor prefix, e.g. webkit, moz, etc.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CssBackground

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 background properties (such as background-image, background-color, etc.) that allow styling of the border and the background of an object, and create a shadow effect.

CssBorderImage

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports border images, allowing decoration of the border around an object.

CssCanvas

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser can draw CSS images into a Canvas.

CssColor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 Color, allowing author control of the foreground colour and opacity of an element.

CssColumn

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 columns for setting column- width and column-count.

CssFlexbox

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports flexbox, allowing the automatic reordering of elements on the page when accessed from devices with different screen sizes.

CssFont

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 fonts, including non-standard fonts, e.g. @font-face.

CssGrid

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports all CSS grid properties.

CssImages

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 images, allowing for fall-back images, gradients and other effects.

CssMediaQueries

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports MediaQueries for dynamic CSS that uses the @media rule.

CssMinMax

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the CSS 'min-width' and 'max-width' element.

CssOverflow

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports overflowing of clipped blocks.

CssPosition

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS position, allowing for different box placement algorithms, e.g. static, relative, absolute, fixed and initial.

CssText

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports all CSS3 text features including: text-overflow, word-wrap and word-break.

CssTransforms

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports 2D transformations in CSS3 including rotating, scaling, etc. This property includes support for both transform and transform-origin properties.

CssTransitions

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS3 transitions elements, used for animating changes to properties.

CssUI

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports CSS UI stylings, including text-overflow, css3-boxsizing and pointer properties.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DataSet

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser has the ability to embed custom data attributes on all HTML elements using the 'data-' prefix.

DataUrl

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser allows encoded data to be contained in a URL.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BrowserDiscontinuedAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the browser since the BrowserDiscontinuedYear and BrowserDiscontinuedMonth.

BrowserDiscontinuedMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which further development of the browser version is stopped by the browser vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the brower is released.

BrowserDiscontinuedYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which further development of the browser version is stopped by the browser vendor. This occurs when a new stable version of the brower is released.

BrowserPreviewAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the browser since the BrowserPreviewYear and BrowserPreviewMonth.

BrowserPreviewMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the browser version is originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the browser vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

BrowserPreviewYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the browser version is originally released as a Beta/Developer version by the browser vendor. This is before it is officially released as a stable version, to ensure wider testing by the community can take place.

BrowserReleaseAge

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the age in months of the browser since the BrowserReleaseYear and BrowserReleaseMonth.

BrowserReleaseMonth

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The month in which the browser version is officially released to users by the browser vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer Version will have been fixed for this release.

BrowserReleaseYear

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

The year in which the browser version is officially released to users by the browser vendor. This version is called the stable version as any bugs or difficulties highlighted in the Beta/Developer Version will have been fixed for this release.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

DeviceOrientation

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports DOM events for device orientation, e.g. 'deviceorientation', 'devicemotion' and 'compassneedscalibration'.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

FileReader

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports file reading with events to show progress and errors.

FileSaver

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser allows Blobs to be saved to client machines with events to show progress and errors. The End-User may opt to decline these files.

FileWriter

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser allows files to be saved to client machines with events to show progress and errors. The End-User may opt to decline these files.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

AjaxRequestType

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates what ajax request format should be used.

AnimationTiming

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports 'window.requestAnimationFrame()' method.

BlobBuilder

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser fully supports BlobBuilder, containing a BlobBuilder interface, a FileSaver interface, a FileWriter interface, and a FileWriterSync interface.

BrowserPropertySource

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the source from which browser properties have been validated. Primary browser data are retrieved from the internal test and populated manually, then they might be validated against an external source such as Caniuse or RingMark.

Fetch

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the Fetch API.

FormData

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'FormData' object. This property also refers to XMLHttpRequest. If the browser supports 'xhr2', the 'FormData' element will be also supported.

Http2

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports HTTP version 2.

HttpLiveStreaming

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports HTTP Live Streaming, also known as HLS.

Iframe

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'Iframe' element, used to embed another document within a current HTML document.

IndexedDB

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports an indexed local database.

InVRMode

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if a web page is accessed through a VR headset.

IsDataMinimising

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser may be optimised for low bandwidth. A true value indicates the browser supports a feature that can improve performance on low bandwidth connections, either via the removal of elements, features, a proxy or other methods.

IsEmailBrowser

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the application is an email browser (Outlook, Gmail, YahooMail, etc.) that is primarily used to access and manage emails (usually from mobile devices).

IsEmulatingDesktop

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the mobile device accessing a web page emulates a desktop computer. This property is not applicable for desktops, media hubs, TVs and consoles.

IsEmulatingDevice

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates a browser that does not correctly identify the physical hardware device and instead reports an emulated device.

IsWebApp

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if a web page is accessed from an application whose main function is not browsing the World Wide Web or managing emails, e.g. the Facebook App. The application must be downloaded and installed onto the device from an app marketplace such as Apple's App Store or the Google Play Store, or via a third party as an .apk file or similar. This property will return a 'False' value for mobile browsers such as Chrome Mobile or email browsers (such as Hotmail).

jQueryMobileSupport

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the grade of the level the device has with the jQuery Mobile Framework, as posted by jQuery.

LayoutEngine

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Refers to the name of the embedded technology the browser uses to display formatted content on the screen.

Masking

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the CSS-mask element that allows users to alter the visibility of an item by either partially or fully hiding the item.

PostMessage

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports messages between different documents.

Preload

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser can prefetch resources without executing them.

Promise

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the level of support for the Promise object. The Promise object represents the eventual completion (or failure) of an asynchronous operation, and its resulting value.

Prompts

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports simple dialogues (window.alert, window.confirm and window.prompt).

Selector

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the querySelector() method that returns the first element matching a specified CSS selector(s) in the document.

TouchEvents

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the method of registering and interpreting finder (or stylus) activity on touch screens or trackpads.

Track

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports a method of tracking text being played with media, e.g. subtitles and captions.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

GeoLocation

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports a feature to acquire the geographical location. For information on which GeoLoc API the browser supports, refer to another property called JavaScriptPreferredGeoLocApi.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Html5

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the new markup in HTML 5 that also refers to 'New Semantic Elements' such as <header>, <nav>, <section>, <aside>,<footer> etc.

Html5Audio

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Lists what audio formats, if any, the browser supports using the HTML5 <audio> tag.

Html5Video

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Lists what video formats, if any, the browser supports using the HTLM5 <video> tag.

Html-Media-Capture

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser is able to use media inputs, e.g. webcam and microphone, in a script and as an input for forms, e.g. '&lt;input type="file" accept="image/*" id="capture"&gt;' would prompt image- capturing software to open.

HtmlVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Refers to the latest version of HyperText Markup Language (HTML) supported by the browser.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Canvas

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the canvas element, useful for drawing graphics via scripting (usually JavaScript).

Javascript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports JavaScript.

JavascriptCanManipulateCSS

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript that can manipulate CSS on the browser's web page.

JavascriptCanManipulateDOM

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript that can manipulate the Document Object Model on the browser's web page.

JavascriptGetElementById

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports JavaScript that is able to access HTML elements from their ID using the getElementById method.

JavascriptPreferredGeoLocApi

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which GeoLoc API JavaScript the browser supports. If a browser supports a feature to acquire the user's geographical location, another property called 'GeoLocation' will be set to True.

JavascriptSupportsEventListener

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser allows registration of event listeners on event targets by using the addEventListener() method.

JavascriptSupportsEvents

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript events 'onload', 'onclick' and 'onselect'.

JavascriptSupportsInnerHtml

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports the JavaScript that is able to insert HTML into a DIV tag.

JavascriptVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates which JavaScript version the browser uses. The number refers to JavaScript versioning, not ECMAscript or Jscript. If the browser doesn't support JavaScript then 'NotSupported' value is returned.

ScreenPixelsHeightJavaScript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (On-premise)

JavaScript that can override the property value found by the server using information on the client device. This property is applicable for browsers that support screen pixels height cookie.

ScreenPixelsWidthJavaScript

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (On-premise)

JavaScript that can override the property value found by the server using information on the client device. This property is applicable for browsers that support screen pixels width cookie.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Json

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'JSON' object. This property may need a vendor prefix, e.g. webkit, moz, etc.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BrowserName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the name of the browser. Many mobile browsers, by default, come with an operating system (OS). Unless specifically named, these browsers are named after the accompanying OS and/or the layout engine.

BrowserVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company which created the browser.

BrowserVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the version or subversion of the browser.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BrowserName

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the name of the browser. Many mobile browsers, by default, come with an operating system (OS). Unless specifically named, these browsers are named after the accompanying OS and/or the layout engine.

BrowserVendor

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the name of the company which created the browser.

BrowserVersion

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates the version or subversion of the browser.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Fullscreen

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports requests from a video or canvas element to be displayed in full-screen mode.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

BrowserRank

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

A measure of the popularity of this browser version. All browsers are ordered by the number of events associated with that browser that occurred in the sampling period. The browser with the most events is ranked 1, the second 2 and so on.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Jpeg2000

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates the browser supports JPEG 2000 image format.

SupportsTls/Ssl

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports TLS or SSL, essential for secure protocols such as HTTPS.

SupportsWebGL

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports WebGL technology to generate hardware-accelerated 3D graphics.

Svg

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports SVG (scalable vector graphics), useful for 2D animations and applications where all objects within the SVG can be accessed via the DOM and can have assigned event listener elements.

Video

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the 'Video' element for playing videos on web pages without requiring a plug-in.

WebP

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports the WebP image format.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

Viewport

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports Viewport, to give control over view for different screen sizes and resolutions of devices accessing a website.

Property / Subscription(s) Description

CookiesCapable

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest

Indicates if the browser supports http Cookies. However, the user may have disabled Cookies in their own configuration. Where data cannot be validated, it is assumed that the browser supports cookies.

History

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser stores the session history for a web page that contains the URLs visited by the browser's user.

Meter

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports a meter element that represents a scalar measurement within a known range or fractional value. This property does not indicate whether the browser supports the progress bar indication. For this purpose, the progress property should be used.

Progress

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports progress reports, such as with HTTP requests. The progress element can be used to display the progress of the task. This property doesn't represent a scalar measurement. If the browser supports a gauge, the meter property should be used.

WebWorkers

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports background workers in JavaScript.

Xhr2

Bespoke, Big, Bigger, Biggest, Free (Cloud), Free (On-premise)

Indicates if the browser supports client-to-server communication with XmlHttpRequests. If the browser supports 'Xhr2' will also support 'DataForm' element. This property may need a vendor prefix, e.g. webkit, moz, etc.