Testing for a truly universal experience.
For digital services to provide a truly universal experience, the web and mobile apps must be operational on multiple device/OS/browser combinations. The apps must work in conditions such as low device battery and weak network conditions etc. Emulators and simulators help to some extent but need to be constantly updated. Device farms can solve the constant change and real world experience and provide testers the ideal environment to ensure a good user experience.
QAs can remotely test the performance of their websites and mobile apps on real devices. All versions of devices (pre-installed OS and browsers) from multiple manufacturers are made available in the device lab. Monitor how your builds perform in the real world. Use the app or website the way a user would on a real desktop, tablet or mobile phone.
Interact with mobile devices to test user interfaces to identify functional issues and analyse end user experiences. Make testing faster and easier. Avoid assumptions and see the action yourselves. Access devices, apps and websites and run your code on a real device and test results. Swipe, gesture, and interact with mobile devices through their web browsers for responsive design.
Test websites and apps (both native and hybrid) on a wide range of desktop and mobile devices. Ensure that the apps serve multiple customers through device farms rather than building and maintaining labs in-house. A device farm provides the latest devices, browsers, and Oss.
Cut down on developers’ concerns about guarantee the efficacy of apps. Run automated tests through parallel testing. Execute test scripts on multiple devices and save time. Scale up devices and run tests faster and debug better. Agile teams can release bug-free products within deadlines.