Guide to Mobile Application Testing Strategy

Sarah Savoy | June 27, 2017

Application development for mobile devices has increased immensely in the last decade and is expected to continue growing at a profound pace. This white paper will serve as your guide to creating your own test plan, covering a variety of testing strategies and considerations for when they should be used.

Mobile devices have become so ubiquitous the number of expected people with a device is expected to reach 5.5 Billion by 2020 (70% of the expected population). These users have grown accustomed to a high level of quality from applications on these devices that just one nagging bug or usability issue can spoil the entire user experience. With so much competition in the mobile app market, ensuring the quality of your product is imperative to retaining market share and to avoid watching your users flock to the competition.

“Test Strategies for Mobile Device Applications” presents concepts intended to highlight areas where mobile application testing differs from desktop testing and how to craft a testing strategy that accounts for mobile specific issues like how network connectivity (or lack thereof) affects your application.

Test Strategies for Mobile Device Applications covers the following testing areas:

  • Cross Platform Testing
  • Functional Testing
  • User Interface Testing
  • Localization testing
  • Accessibility Testing
  • External Factors Testing
  • Performance Testing
  • Security Testing

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