Your Current User Agent Is:
Each web site that reads user agent information must do this by checking the text sent in an HTTP request for a web page.
This text is retrieved differently depending on the type of web site that is being surfed.
For example, ASP web sites check for user agent text by checking the Request.ServerVariables collection for the "HTTP_USER_AGENT" element.
Checking a User Agent in ASP/ASP.NET
The syntax to check a User Agent in ASP or ASP.NET looks like this:
Checking a User Agent in PHP
To check the user agent in PHP, you check a similar server reference for the HTTP_USER_AGENT - the syntax looks like this for PHP:
Our sites have collected over 1,400,000 distinct user agents over the last decade, and we thought this information interesting enough to put on this site.
Most of this information is probably only useful to a few people, but that's enough to make it worth putting on the web.
Click a user agent category on the right to see some of our user agents categorized, and click any of the user agents or bots in the listing to see more details.