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In the current era of sophisticated technology, testing of mobile application has become very important and a point of concern for app developers. Within seconds today's users decide whether to like your application or not, also they don’t excuse any bugs in mobile applications. If it is too complicated or not up to the mark, users will move on to your competitor's and possibly your application won’t get a reputation on social media.
The best possible way to get rid off bugs from your apps are to conduct a mobile application testing. If the mobile app testing is done in a proper manner, the number of bugs can be significantly reduced and apart from that, lets you identify the bugs right at the beta stage of the development lifecycle.
A proper mobile application testing saves the reputation of your app in the market and makes it possible to succeed and reach your business goal. So, testing can be considered as the key to success with the exponential growth of new facets and challenges in this intensely competitive digital world.
Let's look at why testing your mobile application is essential.
Functionality testing tests the functional behavior of an application to ensure that the basic functions of the app works as intended. This testing checks whether the app is successfully downloaded, executed and interacted with the supporting back-end content infrastructure. It makes validates the user interactions and transactions, if all mandatory fields are working as per the requirements. It also verifies that the device is able perform multitask when the app is being used.
It is nothing, but testing the entire look and feel of your application. This testing has to be done from the user’s perspective to ensure that the application is intuitive, convenient to use, and has industry-accepted interfaces.
In easy terms, the testing ensures the effectiveness of user interface by checking the availability of language translation facilities, menus, forms, graphical elements, buttons, and icons. And also checks that all the application items are smoothly synchronized with user actions. UI and UX testing help you to ensure that your user experience is awesome on every device in every condition.
Performance testing is done to determine whether your app is performing optimally under various conditions such as low battery, load conditions, response time, poor network signal, memory leaks, and other factors that can interrupt the app’s functionality. This will ensure that your app provides useful functionalities, identifies connectivity problems and the performance fall under the purview of network testing.
It resembles usability testing but it is more focused on the proper working of the app on different mobile devices with varying OS versions and screen sizes. In order to ensure that your app meets all the requirements during this testing.
Load testing is to check the application performance under both normal and anticipated peak load conditions in order to ensure that high traffic surge and stress on the application does not affect the app behaviour. It's done to test the maximum number of simultaneous users the application can support without impacting the app behaviour and check the application’s dependability when there is a surge in the number of users.
Security testing ensure that the app protects data. This testing involves gathering all the information regarding the application to check whether the app is vulnerable to hacking and validates security standards for authentication, authorization, session management, and so on. Using static and dynamic analysis of mobile source code tries to identify threats and vulnerability for the application.
It is critical to ensures the application’s data and network security functionalities are in line with the security guidelines. Along with that it’s really needed to verify that the app is using only the permissions that it needs, and not anymore. As the app users are very sensitive about the data security hence you need to take this into consideration while testing.
The "regression" exactly, means "going back" to a previous state of an application. It is the process of regularly testing your application to detect and prevent regressions. A regression testing is done in order to verify the bugs and or errors that may exist in already built modules after making any changes.
Develop your mobile apps with an effective app testing approach, in order to increase your app usability in a better way as well as in a business perspective. In short, it’s important to have your applications tested in order to take numerous advantages. And undergoing a rigorous app testing make sure that functionality bugs and usability issues are extremely few and far between. Thereby you can improve your apps ratings and customer satisfaction for valuable referrals for even more downloads. So, it’s an essential factor in the mobile app development process to bring out a high-quality product into the market.