Manual Testing

Best practices for manually testing software.

11 Manual Software Testing Services: A Detailed Comparison
Manual software testing services help teams outsource the repetitive aspects of QA. See how 11 services compare.
How to Test Web Applications Manually: A Beginner’s Guide
Learn how to test a web application manually and prepare for a smooth transition to automated testing.
9 Applause Competitors: Pros, Cons, and How to Choose
In this post, we provide an in-depth comparison of 9 Applause competitors and guidance for choosing the best fit for your team.
Applause vs Rainforest vs Testlio vs Test IO: Crowdtesting Guide
Understand the differences between four popular manual testing services: Rainforest QA, Applause, Testlio, &
What Is Exploratory Testing?
Exploratory testing is an unscripted QA testing technique used to discover unknown issues during and after the software development process. In addition to being used to discover new bugs, exploratory testing is also understood as a way to learn about the application and design functional and regression test cases to be executed in the future. We’re excited to announce […]
What is crowd testing?
Crowdsourced testing is an emergent method of QA testing which leverages a dispersed, temporary workforce to test software applications quickly and effectively.
The benefits of crowd testing
Crowdsourced testing provides a more flexible, cost-effective means of increasing testing bandwidth and improving product quality for companies like ConsumerAffairs.
Is manual QA a poor use of time?
Check out any LinkedIn community, online forum, or the comments of an article about best QA practices, and you’re bound to see posts foretelling the doom of manual QA testing, advice on how to automate more of your testing, and questions on getting from manual to automated testing. That paints a pretty strong picture about […]