User Agent Finder

Find out your user agent.

User Agent Finder

User Agent Finder is a helpful tool that reveals your browser's user agent string with minimal effort. To learn how your user agent is seen by the websites you visit, utilise this convenient user agent finder.

What Is User Agent?

A user's browser and operating system can be determined by inspecting the user agent, or UA, string. You can tell a lot about a user's Internet browser, operating system, device, and more just by visiting their website and seeing what information is sent over. Here, the browser takes on the role of a UA because it communicates with websites on the user's behalf.

UAs are used to facilitate identification by servers and network neighbours such as websites. This covers software, operating systems, web browsers, and browser versions. This enables websites to provide optimal viewing experiences regardless of the browser or operating system used.

Websites recognising UA data can send mobile users to a tailored mobile experience. Customers are more satisfied and inclined to return as a result. Unfortunately, not all sites employ UA detection, and in certain circumstances, the absence of UA detection causes a website to perform poorly on mobile devices.

UA example

The most vital information in a user agent string is often presented first. Such is the format of a typical UA string:

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/ Safari/537.36

You can see the type of browser you're using, the operating system you're on, and other information. It's like a digital journal that you may access anytime. Your starting point for the search is recorded and sent together with the information to the destination website.


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