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Defining Mobile Testing, Device Farms, and the type of Testing Practices

The days have passed when the telephone line used to strike to get our attention. It is now an expansion of our living, a window to the universe. Nowadays, mobile app testing and mobile app automation testing alike are necessary for an app’s survival in today’s global market.

What is Mobile Testing?

Mobile app testing is a method by which applications designed for mobile devices are tested. The main aim is to test the apps for functionality, accessibility, and durability. To ensure the quality for the end-users, the application is tested on several other features including, its execution, security, and UI.

Device farm

A device farm is a testing environment that enables quality assurance engineers to remotely test the functionality of mobile apps on a staggering number of real devices. It gives access to both new and already running versions of devices from various OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers)..

Some important mobile app automation testing practices:

Functionality Testing

Functionality Testing examines whether the operations of an app are functioning according to the set norms. This mobile app testing concentrates on the functioning of the app according to specifications.

Congeniality Testing

Congeniality Testing is a kind of non-functional mobile app testing used to assure that the app runs smoothly in various devices, operating systems, network environments and internal hardware designations.

Usability Testing

Usability testing examines the adaptability and accessibility of an app by the users in terms of usability and spontaneity. It helps to identify the flaws to elevate the user experience.

Performance Testing

Performance testing examines how an app performs under particular pressure.

Security Testing

Security testing ensures the protection of a user’s data and tests app performance under different device authorisation requests.

Installation Testing

Installation testing examines whether the app is properly installed or uninstalled or not. It also assures that app updates are working seamlessly.

Automated Testing

Automated testing is used where the situation requires repetitive tasks. It helps in ensuring app quality and steady releases.

Storage Testing

Storage testing tests how an application works on its storage operations. There are operations where the application has to store information on the hard disk, recover it, or remove it. It tests how the app functions when there is no or less storage in a device.

Interrupt Testing

Interrupt testing helps examine the irregularities created by these intrusions and get results to offer a continuous mobile experience. The intrusion can be in different forms including, alarm, low battery, full battery, push notifications, call or SMS, etc.

Input Testing

A tester should perform various input actions on the device while testing a mobile application:

Voice inputs

Voice input is used to test whether the app can process information accurately with external noise.

Multi-finger inputs

Multi-finger input is used to test the finger postures backed by the app.

Sensor inputs

Sensor input Include different sensors, for example, Gyroscope, expedition sensor, light sensor, vicinity sensor, pressure sensor, etc.


Creating the right test strategy, choosing a suitable mobile device, and mobile app testing tools can proffer you the best test coverage and helps in-stability, security,  accessibility, performance, and congeniality based tests into our test series.

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