To celebrate the site's 10th year in operation, we're working hard to make sure Bots vs Browsers becomes more useful than ever.
We recently released a responsive mobile version of the site to accomodate our users on smaller screens.
We also implemented additional features for IP address details, including new geographical info and ASN details.
In addition, we have changed our user agent categories menu structure to handle extensive new classifications.
As our categories and classifications have grown organically over the years, some need to be broken down into smaller categories.
Older categories need to be set aside for users doing historical research, and more relevant newer categories need to be promoted into higher prominenence for users that are interested in more cutting-edge research.
To accomodate this, we have built a new classification structure and built new pattern-matching sequences to place user agents into their proper categories.
This will be an ongoing process, and as our site grows, we have built a new menu structure to hold large numbers of categories and ease navigation around the site.
We will also be addressing our search indexing, as the database has grown considerably since our first version of the site.
We did not anticipate searching over 1 million user agents when we first released, so it's time for an update!
At the 10 year mark, Bots vs Browsers now has 1,453,272
user agents, and we have identified 24,128
bots out of the mix.