1. Browser Stack
A cross-browser solution for testing mobile apps and websites at scale
When it comes to testing your app on a wide range of real devices, it’s hard to beat BrowserStack. The cloud-based solution allows for testing on 3000+ real devices and browsers. BrowserStack is a powerful solution that runs over two million tests every day across 15 global data centres.
BrowserStack offers two types of mobile app testing: App Live and App Automate.
App Live lets you interact naturally with a remote device like you would one in your hand. You can use the app in real-world conditions and inspect and debug your app as you go. App Automate lets you speed up your test cycles by running concurrent tests across thousands of devices.
BrowserStack’s most popular integrations include Selenium and Jenkins. It also integrates with a long list of CI/CD solutions, automation frameworks, and other tools.
AI-based geolocation and performance testing tool with thousands of devices
HeadSpin is a mobile app testing tool that allows users to remotely test and debug mobile, web, audio, and video applications on thousands of devices and operating systems. You can test the app in multiple scenarios and easily see any differences.
For many app developers, testing an app on a variety of new and old Android and iOS devices isn’t enough — you have to make sure the app works well around the world. HeadSpin is a great tool for testing apps globally, thanks to its geolocation testing. This type of test covers the app against any geography-dependent factors like data bandwidth and network infrastructure.
HeadSpin’s integrations include automation frameworks like Appium and Selenium, CI/CD tools like Azure and Jenkins, and Jira.
Speedy automated testing on 350+ real mobile devices
Kobiton is a mobile app testing platform that’s great for fast manual and automated testing. You can quickly and easily perform functional, performance, and visual tests using Kobiton’s scriptless solution.
The best way to replicate the user experience is to test your app on a wide variety of real devices. But you might not have the resources to buy enough test phones or the time to test on each mobile device. Kobiton lets you run tests on a farm of 350+ real iOS and Android devices in the public cloud. You can also use it to test on your own devices.
Kobiton integrates with the major CI/CD platforms as well as Jira.
Easily test iOS and Android apps without installing SDKs or changing code
Apptim lets you analyze the performance of iOS and Android apps while running them on real devices. You can generate detailed reports on app render time, power consumption, resource usage, crashes, errors, and more and share the reports with your team’s private workspace.
Testing apps on real devices rather than emulators sometimes requires changing the app’s code or installing heavy software development kits that may affect performance. Not with Apptim. It’s an easy-to-set up, lightweight tool that lets you get started quickly without making big changes to your app.
Apptim integrates with Jira, allowing you to publish and track the bugs that you find directly in your project management tool.
Cloud-based continuous testing with scriptless self-healing capabilities
Perfecto is a cloud-based solution that lets you automate web and mobile app testing with both code and codeless options. It’s one of the stronger tools for finding every possible defect, as it offers detailed information from dashboards, heatmaps, videos, screenshots, and crash logs across a range of devices.
A common obstacle to testing apps at scale is the fragility of test automation scripts. Scripts can break due to changes to the UI, a lack of maintenance, incorrect testing frameworks, and more. Perfecto’s self-healing algorithm makes automatic updates to the testing flow so that you can keep testing without devoting resources to fixing the test script.
Perfecto has an impressive list of integrations, including IDEs, continuous integration tools, and test automation frameworks.
a flexible test framework for iOS and Android mobile app testing
Rather than a mobile app testing platform like most others on this list, Appium is an open-source framework for automating native, mobile web, and hybrid applications on iOS, Android, and desktop. Its flexibility and scalability make it a popular method for automating mobile app testing.
Unlike some of the other commonly-used test frameworks, Appium offers cross-platform compatibility, allowing you to run the same tests on multiple platforms. The tester can do this without modifying or recompiling the app under test in any way. It’s also compatible with real-device testing and emulators.
With a built-in UI Automator, Appium can produce detailed information logs and reports for robust analysis and debugging.
AI-assisted test automation tool with a best-in-class UI
An eggplant is an easy-to-use tool for testing UX across web, desktop, and mobile applications. User reviews of this solution consistently rave about its usability for beginners and expert testers alike.
Eggplant uses machine learning to shift from manual testing to automated testing, facilitating a rapid release cycle. Continuous testing and compatibility checks help you eliminate errors and inconsistencies before the app is released to production.
Eggplant offers integrations with CI/CD tools, including Jenkins, Bamboo, GitHub, and more.
Framework agnostic testing on cloud and local devices
Formerly known as CrossBrowserTest, BitBar offers live cloud-based testing, automated cloud-based testing, and local device testing. BitBar is framework agnostic, making it flexible and future-proof.
9. Ranorex Studio
Powerful cross-platform GUI testing for desktop, web, and mobile apps
Ranorex Studio is one of the strongest solutions for cross-platform testing on the market. A single Ranorex Studio license lets you run automated tests across a wide variety of legacy and modern systems. For Android and iOS, Ranorex supports testing on both real devices and emulators.
Ranorex has a feature set worthy of expert users, but the ability to create tests with a simple drag-and-drop UI also makes it suitable for beginners. It’s known for its object identification capabilities. For instance, the Ranorex Spy tool identifies and analyzes all types of objects, including dynamic UI elements.
Ranorex’s many integrations include Jira and Bugzilla for issue management, TestRail and TestShell for test management, and Azure DevOps and Jenkins for build and release management.
10. Test Project
Free, community-based end-to-end testing for web, mobile, and API apps
Let’s start with the most unique feature of TestProject — it’s totally free. TestProject is an open-source tool built on Appium and Selenium that offers codeless testing for Android and iOS apps.
Test Project is easy for anyone to use. For example, you can create tests simply by interacting with your mobile app. Every step you take is recorded and automatically turned into a test. If you want to get into more advanced test creation, you can export your recorded tests as code so that your developers can extend or customize them.
As an open-source app, Test Project has 1,500+ community-generated add-ons that can be used to extend the tool’s capabilities and integrations.
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