Tips For Mobile Application Testing
We are living in the most competitive and dynamic world where speed is everything. It’s our transport, product delivering, internet and even mobile apps. The mobile application has become the second most important thing after the internet currently. For every business or service, there are individual mobile applications available now for Android and iPhone mobile devices.
When there is some much need for a single product and more to that is the production, it’s obvious that quality is the only weapon to sustain in the market. According to the survey, it is reported that Mobile Apps are uninstalled after using it only once. At this level of competition only flawless mobile apps are used by its users.
Below are a few tips which would be useful
Reviewing on every level of developing a mobile application is essential. When the base has flaws, the next levels won’t be perfect. Testing should not be overdone as that would be a time waste task. Work smartly, and ensure the requirements.
There are number of devices with multiple screen resolutions on which the application will be used. To overcome this situation proper steps, need to be taken from the very initial levels. Not only screens but the app should be compatible with old & new versions of Operating System both Android & iOS.
Rollout to Minimal Customers:
There are situations when for some reason the Mobile Application has been released with some bugs. There is no option of setting an app back once it’s been installed by the user. It’s a very difficult condition that users will reinstall the app again after the first bug version. To avoid such situation Google Play Store and Apple Store allow to release the app for limited users and test all the flaws and bugs. Track them and once all way cleared to release it to all the users.
Track Your Data:
There are multiple analytics tools such as Firebase, Crashlytics, New Relic and SumoLogic to track the data. Keeping a close eye on the data would solve your 50% of your issues. You can rectify your applications broken flaws, installing issue, non-responsive pages, etc. It’s a never to skip step in the whole process of development of the mobile application.
This is the most neglected point in the checklist, which has a major impact on the performance and user experience. According to the survey, multiple users switch to the alternative application for the currently used one, due to the high consumption of battery by that app. This affects the download quantity and review section negatively. Indirect effects of reviews also tend to new users from not downloading that specific mobile application. For Android apps, ‘Battery Stat Plus’ is one of the apps which detects the battery consumption for each and every mobile application installed as well as activities.
There are multiple points and tips which are present in the checklist, only a few and important of them are mentioned above. Do share your views or tips in the comment section below.