Mobile application testing is a process by which application software developed for handheld mobile devices is tested for its functionality, usability, and consistency. Marketing experts continue to focus their attention on the latest mind-boggling predictions for the mobile application market. For instance, the comScore 2017 report shows that the time our society spends online via mobile devices continues to climb, with countries like Italy and Indonesia consuming 61% and 91% of digital minutes via a mobile device, respectively. (https://svitla.com/blog/best-practices-in-mobile-qa-automation)
Mobile QA automation is multi-purpose, as it is a good fit for both a ready-to-use product and one still in development which speeds up testing across a myriad of mobile devices and platforms, increases test coverage, handles rote tasks, and increases the probability of catching bugs while coding. Ensuring that the application is usable on different types of popular mobile devices popular is another important strategy to consider. Because manufacturers introduce configuration frequently and device fragmentation is rampant, Svitla’s QA automation engineers suggest deploying device-specific policies.