Were you aware that an average user of phone is loosing about 1 hour a day just because of trying to access installed apps on their phones? One of the mayor problems is WiFi networks and variability of phone. Well, even the smallest delays in mobile app performance can annoy lots of people and change their whole experience. It’s true that almost 60% of users just abandon opening of app if they have to wait more than 3 seconds for loading. It’s hard to deliver amazing mobile experience to users, but it’s important for your business.
In the world of mobile applications quality is crucial. Anyone can read your App store rating, thanks to social media, impressions about the application at the present time travels at the speed of light. The expectations of end users continuously growing, so if your application is slow, or worse, have downtime, users will seek a solution elsewhere.
Find out which 4 factors drag down your mobile app performance in infographic below:
One way to check your mobile app performance is testing. Mobile app testing sometimes is crucial to ensuring quality. There are a number of factors that must be taken into account in this test, which does not exist in a desktop or web applications, including hardware and software fragmentation, memory usage and battery life, network type, network strength, external interface through WAP and HTTP, etc.
Despite the challenges, carefully chosen strategies can return multiple investment in testing mobile applications, reduce complexity and total time spent on development.
Some of the factors that must be taken into account are:
- The number and types of tests
- Required frequency of testing
- targeted devices
- Simulators or physical devices
- Manual or automatic testing
- Tool for automated testing
- Types of tests which must be completed
At the present time, when the market for mobile applications is growing exponentially, competitiveness is extremely important. In order to stay competitive in the market, it is necessary to deliver quality product on the market. To ensure product quality, it is necessary to develop a smart strategy for app testing.