1. What is Usability Testing?

    Sriya Maram, August 31 in qa strategy

    To improve and maintain customer satisfaction and retention, organizations must ensure that their products are not only be useful, but also straightforward and enjoyable to use. Usability testing is a method of testing that evaluates how easy it is for users to interact with the product.

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  2. Mobile app testing is complicated. Device and OS fragmentation requires teams to tests across a wide range of devices to ensure consistent quality for all users. Battery life, unreliable connectivity, and even carrier settings can impact the functionality of your application, as can environmental factors including noise, using a phone one-handed, or using a device in bright or low light.

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  3. This post on how Zenefits does continuous testing was excerpted from our eBook, Continuous Testing Strategy for CTOs. Download the full guide here.

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  4. What is Crowdsourced Testing?

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    Ashley Dotterweich, August 17 in crowdsourced testing

    Crowdsourced testing is an emergent method of QA testing which leverages a dispersed, temporary workforce to test software applications quickly and effectively. While conventional methods of software testing are conducted within the organization, or via an outsourcing contractor or QA consultant, crowdsourced software tests are executed by multiple individual testers in different locations.

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  5. Effectively leveraging QA talent can be tricky, but it's key to developing mobile apps that thrive in a crowded market. As products and features become more complex and teams max out their in-house resources, scaling mobile QA processes that keep pace with development is a major challenge.

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  6. We are happy to announce the General Availability of new iOS devices to every Rainforest Mobile customer.

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  7. The landscape of mobile devices and operating systems is rapidly evolving. Market fragmentation is a growing problem for mobile application developers. Varying screen sizes, new device types, and updated operating systems are constantly being introduced to the market.

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  8. Quality is getting more and more important to both B2B and B2C buyers. Many companies want to keep teams small and agile to maintain development speed. Unfortunately, improving quality often creates a QA bottleneck for teams with limited resources. This can often leave developers pulling double duty and overextend the team’s resources.

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  9. New and innovative QA technologies are rapidly changing the way companies release their products and do QA. To stay competitive, many teams are adopting new ways of testing that help them develop quality products faster.

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  10. Many organizations are turning to continuous testing strategies in order to keep the quality of their products and features consistent. By testing early and often throughout the development process, teams can avoid costly bugs in production and ensure a high-quality experience for their customers.

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