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15 Oct 2016

Why App Testing Is Important

“Don’t fiddle with my Mobile, its brand new”; it’s one of the common most situations, experienced by most of us in our household, once a new mobile device is bought, usually the reason behind our freaking out is not the brand new status of our device but the wrong usage of mobile, which might lead to some destructive element within our device. With a new mobile, the first and the foremost action performed is downloading the most useful mobile apps to make our day-to-day work easier and more convenient. Unfortunately, not all the mobile apps give us the memorable experience to cherish forever. Many times, while working on any app, we receive a notification “unfortunately, XYZ has stopped working” and it keeps on reoccurring till the time we re-start our device or uninstall that app.

At times the damage caused by the app bug is way beyond our imagination and most of us end in despair. The first thing a user expects is to have a smooth experience with the mobile, which includes the significant app download as well to make the life convenient but these all precious visions go and get dumped once you download an app and that crashes the software, this actually make the heart sinks and turned out to be detrimental to the mobile brand success.

In the process of brand recognition, one more aspect which carries the equal pursuit of perfection is the quality standard and to maintain it, brand owners need to regularly review and maintain the quality standards. This is where app testing comes into the picture and help in identifying to determine what parts of the apps are perfect and what are actionable. In this competitive era, app testing help in fixing the app bugs before the targeted customers are affected and start rating your app with the most acerbic comments.

Why App Testing is Essential

The ever growing usage of mobile phones cannot be ignored and according to a Tech Target article, users will have downloaded about 270 billion mobile applications by 2017. At the same time, one more survey conducted, states 48% of users don’t use an app again after encountering a major issue. In total, it reflects that if an app doesn’t function as per the user’s expectations, then it can lead to hazardous effects to your product concept and your business’ reputation. App testing performed by the professionals eradicates the chances of frustration, which user might face while using the app.

The existing competition in each field has led to impatience in mobile users, where they want to perform their tasks on mobile, either while traveling or being in their convenient place. They rely and depend on their mobile apps and value their mobile apps religiously, so their expectations from the downloaded apps go towards the little higher side. Once a user faces a problem with an app bug, their total experience with a mobile platform and the experience of a brand get questioned and the brand or the operating system might even lose the brand reputation from the presented user.

Challenges Faced By App Testers

The application’s quality is the major goal to be achieved by the mobile application tester. With the continuous upgrade and the upsurge in the mobile market, every user wants to experience the unique app experience. App testers utilize the mobile emulators, which are the software used on a desktop to provide a mock-up of mobile phone’s display and operating system. Emulators are the most cost effective option designed specifically for testing, although they offer a great help to the users, but there is a loophole of emulated devices, where they can miss the actual problems which can be provided by the real device only, for instance how the app behaves during an incoming or outgoing call. Also, there are many applications, which needs to be tested on the Internet for their operation and can only be tested on real devices that have wifi connections.

What App Testers Need To Be Well-versed With

App testers need to test the apps on devices of different sizes and resolutions, cloud testing tools on emulators or real devices allow the app testers to connect to and control real mobile devices over the Internet.  Apart from these aspects app testers must know how to do memory leakage testing, security testing, interruption testing, device-specific testing, OS specific testing and should be knowing one or two tools to check the performance. App testing does not stop at these factors, but the tester has to deal with network issues such as; poor, good network, network changes like Wi-Fi to 3G/4G and vice-a-versa, performance while multiple apps are being used simultaneously, memory leakage issues, battery consumption issues etc.

For a normal user a mobile application development doesn’t involve any rocket science behind it, but actually, it involves since it includes a process which needs careful steps to discover and fix the bugs before making the app go live on the app stores. The app testing helps your potential customers, regardless of their mobile brand and the preferred operating system they prefer, get the pleasant get the same great experience they expect; ultimately drive them to explore the beauty of your product.

App testers from Techugo conduct the quality check and follow a stringent app testing policy. You can get in touch with our team to discuss further your app concept to bring into reality. The discussion would help you to gain a better insight of your app requirement and experience the best app developed by our team.

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