Tag: App & Web
Enhance UX for Your ENTIRE AUDIENCE with Mobile App Accessibility TestingAccessibility App & Web UX & Usability
Today, everyone needs access to reliable mobile apps that work easily for them, regardless of special needs. If your app development ignores accessibility, you’re making a costly mistake.
Qualitest Digital Banking Solution Is Right on the Money for Top Credit UnionApp & Web Credit Unions Load & Performance
Qualitest planned and executed comprehensive performance and stress testing of the online and mobile apps to ensure that the new digital banking solution was working properly and had not suffered any degradation to end user response times.
7 Technology Blogs SaaS Product Leaders Should Follow in 2021App & Web Cloud
By following the right SaaS, quality assurance and technology blogs, you can provide your team with valuable inspiration, information, advancements and ideas.
Qualitest Enables a Seamless Digital Transformation for a World-Leading Weather AppApp & Web Media & Entertainment Scaled Agile
To serve its immense global market and maintain its reputation for exceptional accuracy, the Client embarked on a digital transformation that would provide fast, accurate, user-friendly, defect-free software.
Qualitest Delivers Real World Testing Under Real World Conditions to UnisfairApp & Web Media & Entertainment Telecom
The client needed to identify issues encountered in the “real world” that affected the quality of the broadcasts, specifically focusing on elements such as the smoothness of transitions and the general user functionality and experience throughout the broadcasts.
Why Soft Launching Your App is Not a Great IdeaApp & Web
Many companies soft launch their apps, but this practice is mainly a habit that is done despite its many disadvantages. There is a better alternative to doing a soft launch and we’ll discuss that, but first, let’s answer the first question – why is doing a soft launch for your app not such a great idea?
Are Bugs Killing Social Networking?App & Web Cyber Security
When Facebook went down for 2.5 hours in June 2014, many instances were recorded where users immediately rushed over to Twitter. Chris Brogan, a social...
Qualitest Uses Appium Solution for Testing Bank Upgrade of Smartphone ServicesApp & Web Banking & Financial Services
The client decided to improve its mobile app for many services by adding new functions and operations, as well as providing a new user interface. The changes focused on improving customer experience, aligning to the global banking standard and engaging younger crowds. A strategic testing plan was needed to address technical challenges as well as business logic.
Qualitest Assists UK-Based News Company with Mobile Testing EffortsApp & Web Managed Crowd Testing Media & Entertainment
News UK needed assistance testing their Android and iOS mobile apps linked to their digital and traditional news publications. Unhappy customer reviews suggested that device and OS fragmentation bugs which had been missed during initial testing, and a new testing adventure needed to begin.
Responsive Testing from Our Test Center Delivered Exactly What Our Client RequiredApp & Web Retail
The Wine Society didn’t need full time test resources. What they required was additional resources for several days during their delivery sprints to enhance their testing capacity. They also needed to test their deliveries with specific on-demand browser and mobile combinations, which is what we at Qualitest did.
Qualitest’s Time Zone API Testing Keeps Everything on ScheduleAPI App & Web Managed Testing Services
When a compliance company needed to confirm that time zone tracking would audit correctly, we found ourselves in the zone and with our tests running like clockwork, diving deep into localization testing.
Digital Media Advertiser Selects Qualitest for its Website Testing ServicesApp & Web Media & Entertainment
After rapid rollout of multiple sites, TIG realized that they needed help conducting thorough, professional functional testing (including mobile testing) on a tight timeline and within budget with a fixed price structure. Would they find a way that worked?