Bing Launches Their Mobile-Friendly Testing Tool

Bing announced the release of their mobile friendliness test tool today. This was promised to us back in May 2015, when Bing told us they were working on a mobile-friendly Bing ranking algorithm. It was actually expected in the late summer but was delayed.
The tool evaluates a page to check if it is mobile-friendly based on these criteria:

Viewport and Zoom control configuration
Width of page content
Readability of text on the page
Spacing of links and other elements on the page
Use of incompatible plug-ins

Here is a screen shot of the tool in action. As you can see, it shows a preview of the site on the right side:

Bing has not yet announced the launch of their mobile-friendly algorithm; that may come soon.
Bing’s blog post does include a lot of detail on why a website might fail any of the above criteria, so check it out. You can access the tool at this URL.
Google launched their mobile-friendly testing tool just about

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