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Mobile App Testing Checklist
Tools / Leadership / Dec 11, 2017 / Posted by Philip Lew / 5464

Mobile App Testing Checklist

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Without a doubt, mobile apps can provide great benefits to small business owners. With mobile apps, a small business can reach new customers and provide a better experience to existing ones in a convenient way. However, these benefits can only be delivered when the mobile app works as expected. Many businesses don’t realize the importance of having an app that works as flawlessly as possible. Today’s consumers have high expectations for mobile apps and have little patience if an app doesn’t deliver the experience they were hoping for. Whether an app has a poor user experience, crashes, doesn’t function as expected, customers are likely to delete it if it doesn’t work properly.

Mobile apps need to go through a rigorous and thorough testing process to ensure that most issues are resolved before getting into the users’ hands. However, many small businesses believe launching an app immediately after its creation is enough without noting that users will push the app to its limits. This is why small businesses need to put their apps through testing before users detect any issues with it.  App development cost should be accurately counted as well, so no unexpected problems will occur.

With proper design, function, and testing, huge benefits can come from mobile apps when running a small business. Whether you’re designing an app yourself or with a software company the following guide can serve as a guide when testing a mobile app to help you detect those small flaws that provide users an unpleasant experience.

Testing Checklist: How To Test A Mobile App was created by XBOSoft

About Author

Philip is the Chief Executive Officer at XBOSoft, a software testing company founded in 2006. He oversees strategy, operations and business development through his expertise as a software engineer. Lew holds a PMP certification and a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Beihang University.

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Doris Hall commented...

Thanks for sharing

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