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Mobile Application Testing Services

We test on the mobile devices the same as your users operate!

Mobile App Testing Services?

Mobile app testing ensures that mobile apps meet all specifications, whether native or hybrid. Such testing includes a variety of multi-device checks, screens, operating systems, internet access, and more. Although mobile emulators are widely used for application testing but they do not cover all testing aspects. However, at BugEspy, we test apps on real devices only.

The secret to success is the use of a mobile testing system of the highest quality. That's why you should get the assistance of an experienced mobile app testing company, which knows all of the process specifications and gaps.

BugEspy helps firms build trust in their mobile apps by providing a full range of mobile app testing solutions to ensure an excellent end-user experience.

What Are Our Mobile App Testing Parameters?

  • Various devices and operating systems
  • Screen sizes
  • Testing on charging and low battery devices
  • Bluetooth on/off
  • Check app behaviour with incoming calls/SMS
  • Testing on tablets
  • Testing elements in the modes of portrait and landscape
  • Contextual issues
  • Testing on internet connections
  • Testing consistency of OS versions with SDK versions

Why Choose Us?

We are involved in testing mobile applications as well as web applications as an independent testing agency. Mobile application testing services have a great priority as the demand for mobile apps is rising every year.

  • Cost effective packages
  • ISTQB certified QA engineers
  • No problem in managing your own mobile device
  • Improve your app's effiencey
  • Thorough documentation and reporting
  • A large number of real mobile devices are available instantly.
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What is Mobile Application Testing?

By standard definition, Mobile Application Testing is a technique by which mobile applications are tested and is used to assess the required quality, characteristics, compatibility, functionality, usability, performance and all other main features of that application.


How to Test a Mobile Application:

In this article we will discuss all the detailed knowledge about the techniques used for mobile app testing, with all the strategies and main stages behind the process of mobile app testing.

With the gradual advancement in the field of smartphone technology, businesses are now finding new opportunities in mobile applications for scaling their business. All the mainstream businesses are now shifting towards mobile apps and they are millions in number now.


The fact is that there are just a few applications that have been successful in earning their mark and rule in the world of mobile applications. In such a competitive market, you have to make sure that you are offering a completely reliable and glitches free experience to your app users. 

You can get Mobile Application Testing Services by visiting us on BugEspy.


Mobile Application Categories

There is another essential component in the process of testing a mobile application that is, the type of application at hand. The types of mobile apps play a significant role in defining the testing process. Mobile apps are classified into three types:

  • Native Applications
  • Mobile web applications
  • Hybrid Applications


Native Apps:

Native apps are the applications that are developed for a single platform like Tizen, Android, Windows 10 Mobile, iOS, BlackBerry.


Mobile Web Application:

The main feature in a mobile web application is that it’s a website that can be opened in a mobile or tablet via a smartphone browser.


Hybrid Application:

These applications are a mixture of both Mobile Apps and Native Apps described as the content of mobile web exposition in an application’s format.

 

Cloud-Based Testing: 

Cloud-Based testing assists app testing to eliminate the drawbacks of the real devices and simulators.

It is favorable to test a mobile app with the help of Cloud-Based tools.


Advantages of this strategy:

  1. Easily available.
  2. Cost-effective.
  3. Highly scalable.
  4. This similar script could be run on various mobile devices in parallel.


Manual Testing Vs Automated Testing 

Some app testers support Manual Testing while some consider Automation Testing to be better. But, in fact both Manual and Automation testing have equal importance and their implementation vary from case to case.

  • In some cases applications are tested best with automation testing.
  • Some apps give the best outcomes with manual testing.

In today’s world several experts recommend that manual testing is moving towards its death. It’s not true as we could not replace all types of testing with Automated Testing. While in some conditions manual testing is essentially preferred.


Documentation Testing:

Documentation testing plays a leading role in the preparatory stage of mobile application testing. The process of testing begins even before the process of software development. 

  • Professional testers get some screen layouts, navigational charts, and other demands that are not in the design. 
  • The application testers examine these necessities for inconsistency and completeness.

2.) Functional Testing:

It assists in testing the functional capabilities of your mobile app, serves according to your expectations and specifications. You should keep these factors under your notice while performing Functional Testing for your application:

  • Distribution Channels of that app like App Store, Direct delivery, Google Play, etc.
  • Your application’s business functionalities, like gaming industry, tickets, education, food delivery, social networks, banking, etc.

Functional testing operations:

  • Installation and running the testing app
  • Fields Testing
  • Testing of App Interruptions
  • Users Feedback Testing
  • Testing of Updates

3.) Usability Testing

Usability testing helps to guarantee the comfortable usage of any mobile application, generates an instinctive interface parallel to the acceptable standards. It makes your mobile app user-friendly and fast

Checklist for testing the usability of a mobile app:

  • Check the buttons are normal in size and are present in the specified area of the mobile screen.
  • Examine the navigation of all modules. 
  • Assure that the icons are compatible in that application’s environment.
  • Check all the given Color of buttons.
  • Specify the optimal size of the font.

Useful tools for usability testing:

  1. User Zoom
  2. Reflector
  3. Loop11

4.) User Interface Testing:

User Interface (UI) Testing assures that whether all the provisions meet the needs of your mobile app’s GUI or not.  

These are a few verifications used for the UI testing of mobile applications:

  • Guarantee the compliance with UI standards.
  • Check UI of your mobile application with all the standard resolutions like 640 × 480, 800 × 600, 1024 × 768, 1280 × 800, 1366 × 768, 1400 × 900, and 1680 × 1050.
  • Test the principal design components: Icons, Buttons, Links, Labels, Text Formatting, etc.
  • Confirm that the advertisement should not overlap with the application’s control buttons.

5.) Performance Testing:

Performance Testing tests the consistency of your mobile application under a certain workload.


Performance testing includes:

Load Testing is used to examine the behavior of the mobile app under extreme loads.

Stress Testing determines, the capacity of the smartphone’s app to tolerate stress under a load

Stability Testing checks the ability of your application that either it can be stable for a longer time in normal loads.

Volume Testing verifies your app’s performance when it is operated to a large volume of data.

Concurrency Testing tests your app’s performance in a state of various users logged-in at the same time.


6.) Security Testing:

  • This testing checks all features of the security in your mobile application.
  • Further, it analyzes all possible risks to the app including viruses, and vulnerability of your sensitive data.