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9 Best Practices for Mobile App Testing

9 Best Practices for Mobile App Testing

We live in the smartphone age where a business execution starts with mobiles and ends with mobiles. There is a lot of scope in mobile app development, yet many businesses do not use it because they feel that apps fail to earn the value that they desire. This dissatisfaction among business owners is due to mobile app developers who sidestep mobile app testing, which is, in fact, a crucial step to surviving in this highly competitive market. Mobile app testing has its own set of nuances and challenges. This is because the different mobile operating systems (OSs), device sizes, and usage scenarios make app testing a daunting task. Moreover, if your app does not work, users will not waste a single moment to uninstall it and switch to the next best app. So, here are a few suggestions to make your app testing and app deployment successful. Best Practices for Mobile App Testing   1. Select a Proper Device to Test Choose a proper device for mobile testing by analyzing how the app needs to work based on the following factors: On which devices will the app be used – smartphones or tablets? What is the earliest version of the OS that it will support? What are the popular devices among the target audience? What screen sizes and OS versions will you need to integrate? The total number of devices that you require to run the app test depends on the number of platforms and types of screen sizes that you target. If you do not possess the required number of devices, you should simulate the relevant parameters and run the...