Simple Way to Test Your Web Pages and Apps on Your Mobile Devices

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  • September 23, 2014
Apps and Mobile Testing

Now you have created your web page and application for your mobile device, but you would want to be sure if your web page and mobile applications are working fine and meeting quality standards. To know this you require to test the app. Testing points out any problems or issues which are still remaining and provides you an idea of all that readers might experience when they visit your site.

Procedure for testing a page or an application is same as it is for a browser. You need to check that page is appealing and it is live. In testing, Quality Assurance of the mobile or web page is requisite. As the designing requirement of the touch screen tablet is different, so tablets apps is perceived from a different perspective.

It is always best to test the apps on different websites and devices, but it is highly suggested to start with the iPod, and then go on for iPhone, Ipod touch, Android phones, tablets or other cell phones or smart phones.

People who are browsing the web on the older cell phones and less smart phones can deal with the problems in designs even if they so occurs. But as the devices gets more sophisticated so are the expectations of the readers. It becomes all the more important to test for the designing and UX too.

Let’s have A Look at Some of the Points for Meeting Quality Testing and Standard:

Authenticate your HTML to ensure that there are no errors. It is not necessary to prove hundred percent validation. At least with this finding you can remove the errors and feel protective about any kind of problems in the future.

Check all the web pages and pages of the mobile application by uploading your application on your mobile device. In case you don’t have a device, you can rent, buy or can utilize the services of uTest for testing your app or a site.

Else you can use an emulator. These emulators are bit slower and do not display all the device features too, so they will be able to give accurate information but at least they would test functionality of your app. These are operated with the help of a mouse.

There are desktop emulators or online emulators. The facility or usage that emulators providers can be very less in contrast to the desktop emulators. Many of them only shows the functioning of the interactive elements and do not all support screen shots on the screens, and no way an ideal solution for performing testing.

If you have failed in the testing process, your customer will just whisk away, so accuracy and perfection in the testing process what is most required. Testing process needs to ascertain that the mobile app is downloaded on the device, executed and interacted with the content infrastructure. Whenever there are any updates, it is important to make sure that apps are pushed out and accepted by the user.

There is a great misconception that testing of app functionality on one device is its assurance of all the others in the same operating system. For instance if testing is being done on Native applications, it is very important to test on the devices that support these apps. It is assured that if issues are found with your native apps, they can be resolved and shared with the others at ease.

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