Mobility Testing

As mobile devices are getting more and more ubiquitous, the testing of mobile applications directly on the devices is gaining more significance than ever before. Mobility testing is a lot challenging than normal application testing because of the sheer number of external factors involved in the testing process – the different mobile platforms (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry OS), the different versions of each of these platforms, the sheer array of handheld devices supporting these platforms & OS versions, the various form factors (tablet/ phablet/ mobile phone), the network connections and not but not the least, the mobile carriers themselves. So, we at iLink, have developed a comprehensive QA strategy for mobility testing that addresses the various challenges involved in testing mobile applications.

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Memory Leakage testing: 

Measure memory usage, look for memory leaks and garbage collection.

Performance Testing: 

Testing the app performance through CPU Usage Testing, Page Render Time and Network Usage testin

Usability Testing: 

User Experience, App Efficiency, App Accuracy, App Consistency and Emotional Response.

Interrupt Testing: 

Incoming Phone Call/ SMS, OS Notifications, VPN Disconnection Scenarios, Battery & Cable insertion or removal, Network Outage/ App termination, Device Power Cycle.

Functional Testing: 

Smoke Testing, Regression Testing, Exploratory Testing. Scripted/ Unscripted Testing also falls under functional testing.

Installation Testing: 

New App Install, Uninstall and Reinstall, Upgrade App testing.

Non-Functional Testing: 

Network Strength, Cell Tower Handoff, Peripheral Testing, OS/ Device Compatibility Testing.

Field Testing: 

we test the app out in the real world by taking it out on pre-determined driving routes.

Security Testing: 

Handle MITM Attacks, OWASP Vulnerabilities, SQL Injection, Data Encryption and Strong Session Management.

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