Mobile Testing Services
Thanks to proven mobile testing solutions and tools, our testers will verify functions of your mobile app to ensure the excellent customer experience.
Consumers keep on using only those mobile applications that offer excellent performance together with practical functionalities. To provide your clients with the experience they’re looking for, we offer mobile testing services that allow you to check functionality and usability of your app regardless of the device or platform your customers use.
Our professional testing teams and facilities for mobile testing assist teams in delivering mobile apps on time and within budget. We use a range of automated tools and industry best practices to lower the cost of supporting multiple devices or geographical locations. We offer manual and automated testing resources for both short and long-term project support.
Why is mobile app testing so important?
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Our mobile testers have many years of experience in testing mobile applications developed for various industry verticals.
We know how to make the most of the available testing methods and tools to speed up the process of testing, make it cost-effective and efficient, and ultimately ensure that your product offers excellent performance and contributes to building your competitive advantage.
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1. What is quality assurance (QA)?
Quality assurance in software testing refers to a set of practices and procedures that aim to ensure the high quality of software products or services provided to customers by companies. The idea is to meet the specific quality standards defined for software products in the industry and, at the same time, address the key needs and expectations of the customer base. Quality assurance is an area that focuses on improving the software development process, making it as effective, fast, and smooth as possible.
2. What is mobile app quality assurance?
In general, the objective of Quality Assurance is to prevent mistakes and defects from happening during the process of building software, as well as avoiding problems when delivering solutions to customers.
When it comes to mobile applications, Quality Assurance is a critical field. Most of the time, mobile applications are cloud-based solutions. They are running in a sandbox mode and need to support a lot of different devices such as smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Testing mobile apps differ from testing other types of software because mobile apps rely on particular devices on which they function.
For example, if your app requires Bluetooth for communication, you need to consider it as a risky source of bugs. Most Android devices have custom drivers and are equipped with different Bluetooth chips. And the combination of different Bluetooth chips and Android versions can be almost infinite. Testing all the combinations is next to impossible, especially if your budget is constrained and you prioritize time-to-market. This is just one example of the many challenges of testing mobile apps.
Here’s another one: the sheer number and variety of mobile devices. Mobile testers need to take into account that the smartphone market is changing fast. A lot of hardware is outdated and no longer receives updates or security patches. We’re talking even about devices that are two years old. Still, many people out there use them, so it’s essential that apps developed for such systems carry some extra security.
In general, mobile app testing should be an ongoing and continuous step included in the entire software development process. At Concise Software, we make sure to engage our Quality Assurance specialists right from the project’s start and keep them engaged throughout the project.
3. What are the types of mobile testing?
Mobile app testing is a set of practices that allow testers to identify bugs and errors in mobile apps. In general, we can divide mobile apps testing into three distinct areas:
This type of testing focuses on testing the user interface design’s consistency, spotting any visual problems in the behavior UI. Another facet of UX testing is checking whether the responsive design works well on various screen densities and sizes. Testers also carry out UI visualizations and test device feedback. Functional testing and executing user journeys are key components of this type of testing as well. Finally, testers take a look at specific functionalities to check whether they deliver the promised user experience.
Another facet of mobile apps testing relates to performance. First of all, testers check the resource demands and the app’s memory capabilities. Another key area is network bandwidth. The testing team also examines app behaviors that may originate from insufficient resources and behaviors that are related to issues arising from multitasking.
Finally, the third key area of testing relates to mobile app security. What do testers concentrate on when checking an app’s security capabilities? They usually examine the app’s features, such as remote storage, web services, data transfers, and mobile messaging.
4. What are the different testing strategies in software development?
Here are some of the most important strategies testers use when testing software products:
- Unit testing – in this software testing approach, the tester tests the units of a software program. This allows testers to learn whether an individual unit of code is working properly or not.
- Integration testing – this type of testing focuses on the construction of the software. It allows testers to check whether the integrated units of the program work well and don’t generate any errors.
- System testing – by following this approach, testers compile software and then tested it as a single unit. This testing strategy focuses on checking the security, portability, functionality of the app.