It is not constrained to a single device, it works across desktop and mobile devices at the same time. It will update code changes, synchronize scroll positions and form inputs automatically across all browsers and devices.
Sometimes when setting up BrowserSync in Windows some errors will pop up. Most of the time this is because npm throws errors when trying to compile BrowserSync and some of the dependencies need Visual C++ runtime libraries. This is easily solvable by installing Visual Studio. Once it's install...
Very easy to use even for the very first time. There is the option to display the doc icon, menu bar icon or both. There also is an option to show files in the Finder. It is also possible to bring Codekit to front when there is an error when compiling, when there are warnings or when the file has...
LiveReload supports LESS, SASS, Compass, Stylus, CoffeeScript, IcedCoffeeScript, Eco, SLIM, HAML and Jade out of the box. It instantly compiles them and puts the compiled files in the specified folder.
To use LiveReload, a code snippet needs to be added inside the view, or an extension to be installed to the browser(s) of choice. While it's not too much work, it can be a hassle and a deal-breaker for some people.
Doesn't need any additional software or browser extensions to be installed on any device. If every device is pointed to the IP address that it provides it will automatically reload that page on every file change.
Adobe Edge Inspect requires at the bare minimum, the Edge Inspect itself to be installed and a Chrome extension, just to get live-reloading and syncing for desktop. For mobile it requires additional apps to be installed from the Play Store or the App Store.