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5 Mobile App Testing Tools You Should Be Using

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5 Mobile App Testing Tools You Should Be Using

Anyone who creates mobile apps will tell you that the process can be incredibly challenging and frustrating, especially if you don't have the right tools. Check out these 5 tools that you should definitely be using.

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If you are lucky enough to create a successful mobile app, the rewards are seemingly endless; not only do you get the joy of seeing something that you worked hard on getting a great reception, but it can also be a great source of income. However, anyone who creates mobile apps will tell you that the process can be incredibly challenging and frustrating, especially if you don't have the right tools.

But it's not all doom and gloom, the fast-growing technology that we have on hand can really help with the development of a difficult experience. There are various tools in the market that we have at our disposal, but since there so many it's good to know which ones are the best. In this article, you will see five mobile app testing tools that you need to try today, if you want a seamless and hassle free experience.

TestFairy

TestFairy offers a lot of great features for app developers and is completely free which is a massive bonus. One of the most appealing features of TestFairy is the video recording which is a tool that records a video as the app is being testing, showing you exactly what went wrong or right. TestFairy also offers memory logs, crash reports GPS and CPU and is incredibly easy to operate. Users of TestFairy tend to find it one of the most hassle-free testing apps as well as one of the most informative as you learn about user behavior through observing the videos.

Google Play Native App Beta Testing

The Google Play app testing tool is perfect for Android developers, and it's very easy to use as all you need is a personal Google account to access it. This app testing tool has a lot of great features that tend to take some of the stress off of making a mobile app. Things such as being able to get email notifications for alerts, detailed revenue statistics, and optimization tips, make this the perfect tool.

TestFlight

TestFlight is one of best app testing tools for IOS developers especially if you are working within a team. TestFlight allows you to invite up to 25 members of your team, and each of them can test your beta application on ten different devices, giving you a very good idea of how to move forward with your app.

HockeyApp

HockeyApp allows developers distribute beta versions of mobile apps on various platforms including Android, IOS, Windows Phone and Mac OS. And not only do you get detailed crash reports, and analysis HockeyApp has easy feedback options for users making it one of the most informative mobile app testing tools.

Ranorex

Ranorex is an automated testing software that allows developers to run automated tests on mobile and web applications. It can be used on all of the key mobile operating systems such as Androids and iOS, and no device modification is needed before use, saving users a lot of time. It may be a bit pricey for some, but once you purchase Ranorex you own the rights to use it for as long as you want, so Ranorex is definitely a tool you should consider.

As I mentioned above testing mobile apps can be very frustrating it requires a lot of dedication, patience, and research. However, even if you have the qualities mentioned above in abundance, having the right testing tools is the only way to get the best results. This article should go a long way to helping you figure out which testing tool works best for you so your mobile app can be exactly what you envision it to be.

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