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Mobile technology has transformed the way people use their mobiles, and the demand for apps has thus increased. That’s why mobile app testing services companies must build apps with all the features and functionalities needed by the end-user and have a mobile application testing plan in place before deployment. A comprehensive strategy will ensure it functions as designed on different devices, hardware, systems, and operators.
To plan your mobile testing and QA strategy for the best test coverage, user interface, and device compatibility, follow these stages for the mobile application testing process.
Stage 1: Planning When the development phase is almost complete, the QA team should communicate with the team about their roles and expectations. They should also create test case sheets and maintain documentation during the entire process to certify the builds for release. It involves a combined effort between on and off-site teams.
Stage 2: Test case and script design Prepare test case documentation for every feature/functionality and determine which combination of manual, automation, or cloud simulator testing you’ll need. Prepare separate suites for manual and automated test cases/scripts to identify reusable ones that can be modified as per the project requirements.
Stage 3: Manual, automated and cloud testing Execute manual, automation, or cloud-based test cases. Run them on necessary functionalities to check there are no breakages. This development process is called scrum. The development team run scripts and deliver finished products to the QA team, who then run test cases on the build. Regression testing is done, and JIRA is used to file and track defects.
Stage 4: Identify types of testing Test if your mobile app is easy to use and provides end-user satisfaction. Maintain a cross-platform matrix and check coverage achieved by your beta testers. User acceptance testing is conducted for a QA screening test build. Decide what testing is required, which target devices to use, and what technical requirements should be tested. Check your mobile app with functional, usability, compatibility, performance, interface, accessibility, and external factors testing. App performance is verified by checking the responsiveness, battery consumption, stability, and changing the connection from 4G/5G to WIFI, etc. Test for scalability issues of the build by checking the installation, updates, sign-up/login, provisioning, operational, services, device-specific functions, error messages, and low-level resource testing. Security and compliance testing are also vital to ensure data privacy and protection for your app so that user data is protected.
Stage 5: Control and summary Complete detailed testing from early stages up to regression tests to stabilize your app. Your QA team should generate a test summary report, which is a management report that provides vital information on the tests conducted, including quality assessments and statistics from incident reports. It records the various testings performed, and the time it took to complete and helps future test planning. Also, it indicates if the software system is fit and meets user acceptance criteria.
Before the final version is made public, execute the testing stages to deliver a successful app into the market. QA is necessary from concept creation, requirement analysis, testing specifications until a finished product is released. Are you ready to check yours? At Codoid, one of the best software testing companies, our dedicated team will provide 24 hours QA support and follow a Scrum development model as it ensures on-time delivery. Schedule a demo with us today!’