Mobile Game Testing

Mobile Game Testing

Publish Date: August 10, 2022

Game testing is a software QA process for testing video games for quality control. The main goal of game testing is to identify and discover defects and bugs in a video game and improve its stability and performance. Methods used in mobile game testing are security testing, user interface testing, compatibility testing, functional testing, localization testing, and performance testing.

Mobile Apps for Foldable Devices

Mobile Apps for Foldable Devices

Publish Date: May 11, 2022

The smartphone industry has witnessed unprecedented evolutions in the last decade in terms of software and hardware capabilities. Enhancing user experience has been one of the driving factors in this digital transformation. Initially, the introduction of touchscreen-enabled handheld devices ushered a new revolution in the mobile market, and then came the concept of the foldable smartphone.

Industry Leading Mobile Testing Services Provider (Infographic)

Industry Leading Mobile Testing Services Provider (Infographic)

Publish Date: March 30, 2022

To ensure that your mobile application is fully optimized and reliable for users, you need a comprehensive mobile application testing services solution. QASource is a renowned mobile testing company that can help you overcome mobile testing, development, or analysis challenges.

Beacons And Mobile Applications

Beacons And Mobile Applications

Publish Date: November 24, 2021

Beacons are Bluetooth devices that transmit signals to nearby devices like smartphones and tablets. Beacons broadcast radio signals which are a combination of letters and numbers. Users can configure the time and signal strength between each signal in order to achieve the desired coverage. Beacons trigger and deliver proximity campaigns to a person's phone based on their location.

Tips To Develop A Mobile Testing Device Matrix

Tips To Develop A Mobile Testing Device Matrix

Publish Date: March 3, 2021

In this version of mobile testing experts series, we will share the latest trends in mobile testing domain. We will talk about the mobile operating system adoption trends in the United States as well as worldwide. This data may be a reference point for your engineers and stakeholders who wish to make an informed choice for choosing the mobile operating systems while creating the Mobile Testing Device Matrix.

Features and Testing Strategies - iOS 14 & Android 11

Features and Testing Strategies - iOS 14 & Android 11

Publish Date: October 28, 2020

Finally, the wait is over! Both Android and iOS latest OS updates have been released to the wider audience. In this section, we have consolidated the details of what is new in the latest OS versions and have also included first hand QA perspective for these updates, to help QA engineers enhance their testing strategies.

Mobile Testing Services: Top Challenges and Best Practices

Mobile Testing Services: Top Challenges and Best Practices

Publish Date: October 6, 2020

Mobile testing is no longer optional. With mobile usage accounting for more than half of online traffic, millions of users see the phone as the end-all, be-all of web connectivity. That includes online browsing, internet gaming and mobile applications, such as your software product.

Mobile Interruption Testing

Mobile Interruption Testing

Publish Date: July 22, 2020

Advancements in mobile technology are making our smartphones more intelligent. With every new release, smartphones are adding new features to their reservoirs – they are now our shopping cart, grocer, bank, teachers, doctors, and much more. While the apps are doing what they do best, any distraction from their regular functions can lead to an interruption.

New Features of iPadOS

New Features of iPadOS

Publish Date: April 29, 2020

For a long time Apple has been growing upon the operating system they have been using for their iPads. And now finally, they have leaped into forging iPadOS. The first iPadOS version i.e. iPadOS 13 was released in fall 2019 and is a version of Apple iOS 13 which's created to run on iPads. It is built on the same framework as iOS, but breathes few powerful new capabilities catering to the larger display of the iPad.

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Our bloggers are the test management experts at QASource. They are executives, QA managers, team leads, and testing practitioners. Their combined experience exceeds 100 years and they know how to optimize QA efforts in a variety of industries, domains, tools, and technologies.

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