Quality Assurance and Testing Services


We build high-quality tested products for optimum performance. We test mobile apps, web apps and server-side software.


Mobile and web app testing

Mobile and web app testing

API testing

API testing

backend testing

Backend testing

Real Device Testing

We research your target market, select operating systems and their manufacturers accordingly. Next, we run your solution on a variety of these devices to provide you with a perfect mobile and web user experience.
wearable sofware testing
Wearable
mobile app testing
Mobile
desktop application testing
Desktop
tablet application testing
Tablet

Our Product Quality Standards

All of our developed mobile apps and web applications are systematically assessed according to the following eight dimensions of product quality:
software Functionality
Functionality
software reliability
Reliability
software efficiency
Efficiency
software stability
Stability
software usability
Usability
software coampatibility
Compatibility
software security
Security
software maintainability
Maintainability

Types of app testing we use

All applications we build are product specific and appropriate testing types are selected. In this process our QA engineers test both front and backend components.
Functional Testing

Functional Testing

Functional testing verifies that each function of the software application we developed operates flawlessly and conforms with the requirement specifications. The app is tested by providing input data, verifying the output and comparing the actual results with the expected results.

Non-Functional Testing

Non-Functional Testing

Non-Functional testing checks the performance, reliability, scalability and other non-functional components of the software system. We run this test after functional testing.

Compatibility Testing

Compatibility Testing

In compatibility testing (a type of the Non-functional testing) we check whether your solution is capable of running on different hardware devices, operating systems, applications , network environments.

Smoke testing

Smoke Testing

Smoke testing is conducted during the initial phase of application development to verify basic functionalities like app started successfully. This is not to be confused with sanity testing which is run during the stable build, generally after multiple regression testing of the application.

Regression Testing

Regression Testing

During any web or mobile app development, there are many iterative changes. For this reason we always retest functional and non-functional testing to make sure previous changes did not affect the latest developed version of the app. This is called regression testing.

UI Testing

UI Testing

UI testing verifies if your product’s graphical or user interface complies with specifications and approved design. We check design elements across the app like layout, font, font sizes, contents, links, buttons etc...

Installation Testing

Installation Testing

Once your app is released and installed on your server, we run update testing. During this testing procedure, we make sure your application is fully functional and working as before and the new installation or software update does not adversely affect user experience or any data loss.

Interruption Testing

Interruption Testing

As the name implies, interruption testing measures app’s reaction to a sudden and unexpected event and how it resumed it’s original state. Interruptions may include, low battery, loss of network connection and re-connection, incoming phone calls, reminder updates and other possible unexpected events.

localization testing

Localization Testing

Localization testing ensures app's functionality and performance after content translation to another language. We want to make sure the new localized product performs smoothly to targeted audience and is clear of any possible bugs.

QA Testing Process

Requirements Validation

1
We begin our first QA testing at the very early stage during business requirements analysis with clients that leads to detailed specifications and wireframes. Here our QA engineers validate the requirements before we delve into development.

Test Planning

2
Test planning is highly valued in all our software development activities. It’s a comprehensive document that outlines the most appropriate test strategy, resources, testing objectives, schedules test estimation and test deliverables. We use test planning as a blueprint to do all our software testing activities as a We'll define process.

Environment Setup

3
Setting up the right test environment is an absolute necessity and will guarantee successful software testing. Any pitfall during this testing process can lead to additional cost and time spent on the project. In this environment our QA engineers set up software and hardware for testing teams to carry out test cases.

Test Design

4
Once we are done with all sprint definitions, our QA engineers prepare a special checklist. It is similar in purpose to test case, but with less details and it requires less time to edit. It is specially useful for larger projects.

Test Execution

5
Once everyone is happy with user stories, we start testing new features to ensure proper functionality. We diligently follow our test plan and checklist to conduct all functional and non- functional testings for optimal project performance.

Test Closure and Reporting

6
We believe transparency is the key to our business success, and our testing procedures and processes are of no exception. We actually share any possible development challenges with our clients. We do this sprint by sprint. Present builds to our clients with release notes about our progress.

Test Management and Sample Reports

We use common progress reports and test tracking tools. Our clients enjoy complete transparency during the entire testing process.

Test Run

We use TestRail reports to reveal the number of test runs and their results. Examples are: passed, blocked, failed, retest, not ready, skipped, or fix in progress.

Crash Statistics

We use Crashlytics for crash reports to reveal deep insights into the number of crashes and their cause.

Enhanced Crash Reports

We use Fabric for all released applications to track metrics on users, sessions, and crash-free users. We can also measure the percentage of daily active users that had a crash-free experience on any given day.

Preferred Tools for Testing

Here’s a list of tools we use for application testing and reporting:
Software testing tool
qTest
Software testing tool
TestTrail
Software testing tool
AgileLoad
software testing tool
Crashlytics
software testing tool
Froglogic
software testing tool
JMeter
software testing tool
Jira
software testing tool
BugNet
software testing tool
Espresso
software testing tool
Fabric
software testing tool
TestFlight
software testing tool
Perfecto

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