Mobile application testing means a process in which an application developed for handheld mobile devices is tested to ensure its functionality, usability, and consistency. Testers can perform mobile application testing manually or with automation.
A standard Android strategy can include these testing types: unit testing, system testing, integration testing, and operation testing subject to the features available of the tested mobile application. Other types of tests would also be performed if required, depending on the application’s features.
There are multiple tools available on Google Play or App Store designed for CPU usage testing, such as CPU Monitor, CPU Stats, Usemon, CPU-Z, etc. These are an advanced tool that records historical information about processes running on your device.
GPRS is General Packet Radio Service which works on a mobile network with the help of IP transmissions. GPRS provides the transmission of IP packets over existing cellular networks. It provides you internet services on mobile.
There are two types of automation tools available for testing mobile applications as given below:
Preparing to test mobile devices.
Methods and tools continue to be developed to facilitate usability testing on phones and tablets. When planning a mobile device test, you should keep the following points in mind-
Another important aspect after test planning is test equipment management.
There are mainly two types of automation tools available to test mobile applications in mobile testing: