Mobile apps present an incredible opportunity for healthcare providers to impact the lives of patients. Not only can patients securely access their health records but they can also directly interact with healthcare professionals remotely and by mobile device. In some instances, these mobile apps can be true lifesavers.
The user base is broad - spanning from hospitals and enterprises to healthcare professionals and patients providing ample room for modification and growth. Continuous innovation within this space can change the way people think about seeking diagnosis and treatment, accessing and managing their health records, and reporting emergency situations.
Given the new importance of these apps, it’s essential that rigorous mobile testing services are pursued. Why risk launching without thorough mobile app testing? Here are the top four reasons why extensive mobile app testing services are always a good idea for healthcare companies like yours.
Online learning is no longer an optional approach to delivering quality education. Our shifting times emphasize how education delivery must be available for remote learners, from students seeking higher education to high schoolers wanting to graduate this year. Even corporate businesses are struggling to educate their employees on crucial trainings without an LMS in place.
As headlined in The New York Times only a couple of weeks ago, the Iowa Caucus debacle was “a systemwide disaster…” and the “app used to tabulate votes may have been inadequately tested.” While additional facts are still coming out, the entire nation watched as there were major delays obtaining and reporting on the Iowa results. And then there was uncertainty as to whether or not they were accurate. While the intent of creating this app was supposed to be positive – to enable simpler more streamlined reporting, faster – we know that’s not at all what happened. And, that’s not exactly how you want your new mobile app rollout and brand to be remembered.
With the release of new mobile operating systems Android 10 and iOS 13, the device adoption trends have evolved. In this newsletter, we have summarized the operating systems and device adoption trends in the United States and Worldwide. This information would assist engineering teams to plan their tasks.