Some say ‘Testing’ is not a skill set, I say Yes. It’s a ‘Mindset’! We have quite to learn from Virat Kohli, what makes up a solid Mobile App Tester?
The Android Studio Emulator mimics all of the hardware and software features of a typical mobile device, except that it cannot place actual phone calls.
It’s no secret that mobile apps are well on their way to capturing the lion’s share of consumer’s attention. Organizations of all sizes are compelled by either consumer demand or competitive pressures to aggressively build their own consumer facing mobile apps. Mobile app development projects place a premium on time to market and often this places even greater pressure on application security testing.
It is not budget or time effective to gather & maintain all the latest devices. That’s why we choose to use Simulator and Emulator in Mobile Testing.
It’s difficult to replicate every possible configuration & test query that could occur when many users try the App – Beta testing apps comes to a rescue!
QA analysts are often confronted with the same question for Mobile application Testing – Go for Manual testing or to try out new automated techniques?
Mobile emulators are powerful tools for developing mobile applications and are widely used for both manual and automated mobile application testing.
On 3-April-1973, the first mobile phone call was made by Martin Cooper of Motorola. Let’s track the evolution of Mobile Apps as a necessity today.
Linking without permission is stealing. You need to read an app’s permissions before you install it. Well that’s fine, but what does those permissions mean?
Linking without permission is stealing. Read an app’s permissions before you install it. That’s fine, but what does those permissions mean?
Today’s smartphones are incredible little machines. We’ve grown so used to our iPhones and Android handsets that we take them for granted even though there’s so much cool technology packed into them. Take their sensors for example. Do you know how many different kinds go inside a smartphone?
Since the time Android rose to power and an era of smartphones began, users have been dealing with a serious and sometimes annoying issue. Limited internal storage capacity has been a matter of concern for the smartphone users since time immemorial. Many have a SD card slot to expand the storage. SD cards are inexpensive and can be easily moved from one device to another. However, android apps are downloaded by default to the internal storage, which can fill up quickly.
Today’s mobile applications deliver complex functionality on platforms that have limited resources for computing. The movement towards mobile devices has brought a whole different set of challenges to the testing world. Mobile users are not forgiving and finding an issue out in the wild might mean leaving the application for good. Diversity presents unique challenges that require unique testing strategies.