The mobile app testing service will allow you to avoid critical failures and errors. A QA engineer participates in all stages of product development – from concept justification to product release.


This service is intended to contribute to the quality of your product. The following aspects should be taken into account during the process:

  • Testing on a large number of devices.
  • A mandatory software hydelines list exists, which is formed by the manufacturer.


Types of mobile app testing depend on the goal:

  • Functional – testing scenarios.
  • Load testing – evaluation of system parameters.
  • Usability – checking the product usability.
  • Integration – preparation of a report on the interaction of system components.
Sample mobile test report

The service also includes preparation of test documentation, reporting. The document contains descriptions about the status of the system and the degree of threat of current errors.


  • Planning. At this stage you need to understand: what you want to achieve by developing this product and what your limitations are. Also at this stage you need to ask yourself the following questions:
    • Interaction with other applications.
    • Product functionality.
    • Native, mobile-web, or hybrid application.
    • Is it necessary to test only the front-end.
    • Is backend testing necessary.
    • What should be the compatibility with various wireless networks.
    • Dependence of product data and free space on application usage patterns.
    • How fast is the application loading and surfing menus and features.
    • How will a possible increase in workload occur.
    • The effect of various changes in phone status and condition on product performance.
  • Defining the types of testing.This stage involves determining what exactly you want to test: a set of functionality, compatibility, usability, security, performance, etc. At the same stage, it makes sense to choose the mobile app testing methods.
  • Both manual tests and auto tests. At this stage, you run tests to make sure there are no breaks.
  • Usability and beta tests. This phase involves the need to maintain the cross-platform matrix, to ensure the coverage of users of different platforms, achieved by beta-testers. After the tests are conducted internally – the beta version can be released to the market.
  • Conducting a benchmarking phase and report.This stage involves conducting a full detailed test. Upon completion, additional features added at this stage for testing are removed, and the version becomes ready to be used by users. Also at this stage a final report is being prepared, and should include:
    • Important information discovered as a result of the tests performed;
    • Information about the quality of the testing performed;
    • Summary information about the quality of the product being tested;
    • Statistics obtained from the various incident reports;
    • Information about the types of tests and the time spent on each test.

    The report also indicates:

    • The product’s suitability for use in the quality in which it is declared;
    • Compliance with all the criteria for acceptability of functionality and quality of performance.


When conducting tests, our engineers use the following tools:

  • AppCenter.
  • AzureDevOps.
  • Jenkins.
  • Selenium.
  • Appium.
  • Allure.
  • TestRail.
  • JIRA.
  • Confluens.
  • AppCenter.
  • TestFlight.
  • Firebase.

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You may be interested in the following services: Automated testing, Manual testing, Mobile application development.