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What is the Appery.io Tester App?

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What is the Appery.io Tester App?

Here is an interesting tool to help with testing. It promises simplicity and speed of set up for retesting. There are even some ways to distribute testing.

· Mobile Zone ·
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The Appery.io Tester app is a core component in the Appery.io platform and makes it simple and fast to test your hybrid app without installing it on the device.

The app is available for iOS and Android.

When you are creating a hybrid mobile app you need to test the app on the actual device. Using simulators is usually slow. Installing the app directly on the device each time you make a small change is also very time consuming. To solve this problem, Appery.ioprovides a special Tester app. When you sign into the app, you will see all the apps that you have created in Appery.io. You tap any app and launch it directly on the device. For example, if your app uses a native device API such as the camera, then you can easily test the app and the native API.

Make any change to your app, simply tap the app again in the Tester and the updated app will be downloaded and launched.

One way to sign into the Tester app where you see all the apps you have created. Another option to share the app with anyone, even if they don’t have an Appery.io account is to create a special share code.

As a developer, you can create a special share code, send it to your customer and they will be able to run and test the app by just entering the code. They don’t need to have an Appery.io account, they only need to download the free Tester app for iOS or Android.

You can create any number of share codes and also set expiration date for the code. For example, you can create one code for your external testers and another code for your internal test team, with different expiration dates.

The following video shows how to test the app using the Tester app.


Happy coding and testing.

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