The mobile boom is evident. Smart phones are the go to option to interact and communicate. Mobile is a lot more than just smart phone functions, applications today are made to adapt to fitness gear that is wearable, in automobiles and even appliances at home. And, with this rapid adaption of mobility across the world has created a major challenge for organizations to deliver tested apps. Mobile application testing is not the same as testing desktop and web applications. According to a Report Mobile Testing report by, “18% of responding companies say that they do not have enough time to test mobile apps, and 65% do not have the right tools. Also, 52% cite lack of devices as a reason not to do mobile testing.”
Organizations face the above mentioned challenges while performing mobile testing.
High fragmentation of mobile devices poses a huge issue for mobile application developers and testers.
The latest Android Fragmentation report states that, “24,093 distinct Android devices had been seen in the past few months. This compares to 18,796 last year, 11,868 in 2013, and 3,997 the year before that.”
In addition, the fast release cycles of mobile applications make it difficult for QA teams to ensure high quality standards for the apps. This can only be made possible through test automation and regression testing. By buidling a dedicated mobile test automation labs with robust mobile test automation framework like iMobi, can help minimize the effort with improved quality and timely delivery.
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