Yes, everyone has mobile phones for different purposes.
For example, if an app on our mobile phone doesn’t work rightly then, it uses too much battery life, uses more storage space, and even we don’t know what’s working until the damage does already done.In today’s environment, a performance issue with the mobile application is swiftly commencing to revenue loss, the brand of the application, and employee productivity as well.So, let me get to the blog now.
And how we will encourage developers, stakeholders, and end-users?7 Informational Points for Mobile App TestersTesting InfoRequirementsSoftware requirement specificationRequirements coveredRepeated requirementsExplore appsDetails of the applicationExtra featureHow to use the application?Design screenFlow of the applicationWhich module is criticalIntegrated moduleReviewsPositive reviewsNegative reviewsRepeated reviewsProduct ownerPurpose of the applicationHistory of the productCompeting productsTargeted marketAbout revenueDeveloperTechnologies involvedRequirement documentsAbout module detailsDeveloping timeSimilar appsExisting featureAdded featurePlanned featureChallenges facing by the testersMobile connectivityResource vs variety of devices and OSUsability/User experiencePerformance and SecurityThese are the four foremost factors and the most significant challenges we are encountering in non-functional testing.
Let’s address it.Usability/User Experience - Touch:Usability is a primary quality concern for mobile apps than web or desktop.
We are not proffering priority to UI/UX testing at an early stage, so it should be tested thoroughly before building the application to overcome the cost in the future.Performance and security:When it gets to the performance and security of the application, we are testing some API and load testing with N number of users.
We can control everything on mobile apps like our bank account balance, latest cricket scores, shopping for an outfit, and finding directions to a restaurant.