When downloaded apps do not work on one’s iPhone and iPad, a user may lose their temperament and delete it. That’s why it’s important to test your applications thoroughly before releasing your app. Testing while developing the app locally on emulators is possible, but getting hands-on with your app on real devices is proven to be the best way.
Over the last 8 years, the world’s 2 most popular mobile OS (iOS and Android) have both had a catalogue of more than a million apps launched for every possible task you can imagine. The competition will only increase.
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Mobile apps are relatively easier to create than computer softwares, their considerable lower price has translated into a growing industry which will only grow rapidly year by year.
Both manual and automated testing has its pros and cons. It’s worth knowing the differences, and when to use either or both for best results.