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The expectation of today’s customer is clear: to have a consistent and positive experience whether they are accessing your site or app via a mobile, tablet or desktop. To meet that expectation, you’ll need to ensure you give mobile user experience a significant degree of attention throughout your project to maximise mobile application performance.

Of course, true multi-channel compatibility introduces a whole set of challenges, such as providing consistent user experience across platforms, browsers, servers and languages.

And the fact that mobiles are so easily lost or stolen brings another layer of complexity around security and user identification.

The way forward is to make provision for multi-channel mobile automation testing from the outset and include mobile application testing throughout the planning and development stages of your project, avoiding problems that could delay your launch.

Our Approach to Mobile Testing

Mobile application testing is challenging because of the many factors and scenarios affecting performance and individual user experience. It is because of this that we strongly advise the use of mobile testing across all development phases; it’s much more difficult to pull a project round at the end to ensure mobile compatibility.

Example of typical mobile application testing scenarios are:

  • Validation across multiple browsers
  • Regulatory compliance and usability
  • Security measures and firewall protection
  • Differing skill levels of end users
  • Different mobile models, platforms and locations worldwide

The managed SQS mobile testing laboratory enables us to test across the full range of platforms, devices and operating systems – giving you confidence to release market-ready applications designed for mobile accessibility.

Be Mobile Ready

We help you plan and test for mobile compatibility from project concept to completion.

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