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Quick adoption rate, a growing percentage of returning users, and a barrage of 5-star reviews on the App Store – these are some indicators of a flawless mobile experience. How do you get them on your analytics dashboard? The answer is – you need mobile testing services involved in every stage of your app’s development lifecycle. From design to deployment, we make sure you're building an app that delights users.
Ensure flawless mobile experience
Get maximum device and OS coverage
Accelerate testing with automated solutions
Prevent errors that will be costly to fix
|A buggy product results in uninstall rates going through the roof. While we don't fix bugs, we ensure flawless app releases by putting all facets of your app to the test before it makes it to the end-users.||Mobile devices have overtaken the human population. You don't need them all to test your app, but any mobile app testing company must have a large infrastructure. We test on all popular devices specific to your target region.||If you have a large project with frequent code changes, we can automate regression tests and repetitive tasks. We provide automated performance testing for apps with thousands of concurrent users.||The later the bug is found, the costlier it will be to fix it. We prevent costly fixes not only by testing your app at every stage of the Agile cycle but also by helping you improve your app delivery process.|
Can your app withstand a heavy load? Are you sure it provides the best possible user experience? Is your data storage secure? Our mobile application testing services go beyond just functional testing. We also provide security, usability, and performance testing and automate some testing tasks if it makes sense.
Your mobile app must be compatible with different screen sizes and resolutions, must not cause memory leakage, nor crash unexpectedly, and it must work well on all popular mobile devices. With functional testing, we verify that your app, including its backend, works as it's supposed to.
If there is anything that can be automated in your mobile app testing in a way that will save you time and money, we will do it. We provide mobile app test automation services for regression, performance, functional, and backend testing to support safe and frequent releases.
Users expect apps to be responsive and fast to load. But when many users are accessing your app simultaneously, its performance may slow down. We uncover stress, load, and reliability bugs to make sure your application is stable regardless of the circumstances.
Mobile apps are vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Insecure data storage is the most widespread vulnerability that can be exploited using malware. To identify security loopholes in your application, we perform penetration testing where we simulate a hacking attack.
Usability is key for mobile app success. From a user's perspective, a successful app is one that is easy to learn, easy to interact with, and requires less time to complete tasks. We use UX experts and real users to make sure your app delivers a positive user experience.
If you're planning to reach a global market, your app needs to be customized to work in other languages. We verify if your app's UI is culturally appropriate, there are no linguistic errors, and the currency, date, and time format are designed as per your targeted country or region.
Each case we work with is unique. Your software development process, the technologies you use, and the type of a mobile app you're building – our test strategy largely depends on these three variables. We adjust our mobile software testing services to your specific needs.
From roadmap planning to test tools selection to tests execution and increasing the level of test automation – we provide end-to-end Android and iOS testing. With us, you can jump-start your software releases and minimize defects in production.
We select technology stacks based on the needs of your project. Check out QA testing tools that we use every day for different types of testing.
|Automation testing tools||Appium||Cucumber||WebDriverIO|
|Security testing tools||Burpsuite||Metasploit||Nessus|
|Performance testing tools||Locust|
|Compatibility and browser testing tools||BrowserStack||SauceLabs||Perfecto|
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We gave answers to some common questions related to our mobile app testing services. If your question isn't covered here, please send it to us via email. We're always happy to help you.
Depending on the scope of testing, our mobile app testing services can cover functional, security, performance, usability, and localization testing. We plan a test strategy and test types based on your requirements and project needs.
We provide mobile automation testing services in the following cases:
We execute manual mobile application testing in the following cases:
Yes, we use real devices, as well as simulators, and emulators. Our mobile app testing solutions use an optimum combination of all three.
Both emulators and simulators are virtual devices. They simulate the most important features of a real device allowing testers to run an application on them and see how it would perform on a real device. Simulators are mostly used for iPhone and iPad devices. Android smartphones and tablets are typically emulated.
Simulators are written in high-level languages and unlike emulators, they do not mimic hardware. They only mimic environment features that can be configured using software. Emulators are written in machine-level assembly languages and they mimic both hardware and software features. You can think of emulators as something in the middle between simulators and real devices.
We use simulators when we need to test if an app’s user interface displays properly under different screen resolutions, or how an app performs when interacting with external systems. For example, we can check an app’s ability to send data to another app using simulators. On the other hand, emulators come in handy when we need to test things like battery usage, or whether a firmware update caused problems for an application.
The most common bugs we find include: