As more companies begin to go mobile and leveraging mobile apps for workplace productivity, mobile app testing will be a vital resource for mobile app developers. Testing mobile apps for bugs and performance issues ensures that the app will function as it’s intended to and will not crash or glitch when people use it. This is important because the purpose of developing an app is so people can buy and use it. The more people that use it, the more revenue the developer gets. One bug or performance issue will result in bad reviews, ultimately driving users to other similar apps, leaving the glitchy app in the dust. We’ll see a growth in mobile app testing in 2013 as more people rely on smart devices and subsequently, the apps on them, to accomplish personal and business tasks.
2013 Mobile Prediction – Mobile Testing Continues to Grow10 01 2013
- Date : January 10, 2013
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