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When a new app is built, faliure to catch regressions or bugs can cost your company thousands of dollars, and releasing broken apps can alienate and frustrate your users. Your testing team can take advantage of Mobile App Testing Tools to streamline your work, support CI and improve test coverage. These tools help you collect crash reports, analytics, feedback, and more. They ensure that your app works and that there as few issues as possible on release. Analyzo has listed the best Mobile App Testing Tools that you can choose from based on your requirements. Click on Quick View to see plan features or compare plans across companies.
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TestObject is a part of Sauce Labs and offers both manual and automated mobile app testing. It offers support for your agile development process through its mobile test automation software. Manual mobile testing in the cloud enables quick and easy bug reproduction. Tap into hundreds of TestObject’s devices.
Appium is an open source test automation framework for use with native, hybrid and mobile web apps. It drives iOS, Android, and Windows apps using the WebDriver protocol. Appium is built on the idea that testing native apps shouldn't require including an SDK or recompiling your app.
Xamarin offers everything you need to deliver great mobile apps. It lets you deliver native Android, iOS, and Windows apps, using existing skills, teams, and code. Build native apps for multiple platforms on a shared C# codebase. Use the same IDE, language, and APIs everywhere.
Ranorex lets you perform automated mobile app testing on real devices. Record one test and run it on different devices and languages. Manage your app objects and significantly reduce maintenance effort for cross-device test automation using the powerful Ranorex Object Repository.
Experitest is a mobile testing tool that lets you run the same test on different mobile devices and operating systems allowing tests portability. Perform mobile test automation using real devices and emulators. Create a test on one device and run it on any other device model or operating system.
Calabash enables you to write and execute automated acceptance tests of mobile apps. It's cross-platform, supporting iOS and Android native apps. It's also open source and free, developed and maintained by Xamarin.