How To Detect Device is Mobile or Desktop in Laravel 10

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Inside this article we will see the concept of How To Detect Device is Mobile or Desktop in Laravel 10. Article contains classified information about How To Check if device is mobile or desktop in Laravel Application.

Device detection in application is process in which you will the device information, browser information etc where your application runs.

Always developer or designer wants to know that whenever they open application, which device is being to used for it. So for this device detection concept, we will use jessenger agent laravel package.

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Additionally, you can use this package to detect or get the whole information of browsers in which your application get executed.

Let’s get started.

Laravel Installation

Open terminal and run this command to create a laravel project.

$ composer create-project laravel/laravel myblog

It will create a project folder with name myblog inside your local system.

To start the development server of laravel –

$ php artisan serve


Assuming laravel already installed inside your system.

Install jessenger/ajent Package

Open project into terminal and run this command to install this device detection package.

$ composer require jenssegers/agent

It will install jessenger/ajent package inside application.


We will see how to use this package and get the information.

Usage of Detection Package

Before use of jenssegers/agent package, we need to create an instance.

By using that instance we can call device detection methods.

Object/Instance Creation

$agent = new \Jenssegers\Agent\Agent;

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Detect Mobile


Detect Laptop/Desktop


Detect Tablet


All these methods returns boolean value.

Here, we have a sample code for application to check device.


Route::get('detect-device', function () {

    // object
    $agent = new \Jenssegers\Agent\Agent;

    // laptop/desktop
    $result1 = $agent->isDesktop();

    // mobile
    $result2 = $agent->isMobile();

    // tablet
    $result3 = $agent->isTablet();

    // returns boolean value of each variable
    echo $result1." , ".$result2. " , ".$result3; 


Use Agent Methods in Blade Layouts

Also we have an option available when we need to use $agent methods in blade layouts directly.

@if((new \Jenssegers\Agent\Agent())->isDesktop())
      DO STUFF

@if((new \Jenssegers\Agent\Agent())->isMobile())
      DO STUFF

@if((new \Jenssegers\Agent\Agent())->isTablet())
      DO STUFF

More Useful Notes About Package

We have lots of methods available by this Agent facade. Using these methods you can know platform, browser, browser version, etc.

// Ubuntu, Windows, OS X, ...

// Chrome, IE, Safari, Firefox, ...

$browser = $agent->browser();

$version = $agent->version($browser);

$platform = $agent->platform();

$version = $agent->version($platform);




$agent->is('OS X');




// ['nl-nl', 'nl', 'en-us', 'en']

// iPhone, Nexus, AsusTablet, ...






// robot name

We hope this article helped you to learn How To Detect Device is Mobile or Desktop in Laravel 10 in a very detailed way.

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