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To the uninitiated, mobile testing may seem like a relatively straightforward plug-and-play method of ensuring a product is ready to launch. Run it through some software, do some baseline checks on the ability of a server to handle large bandwidth, operate the app through its...

Welcome to release 3.21.0 of Kobiton! Our June update has some nifty new features and product enhancements to help you test better as we head into the warm summer months. Below are some new features that we’re excited about. You can also read the full release...

Technology has found a way into our daily lives. Whether financially, socially, or how we manage our health, we’re all depending on tech devices to some extent. Smartphones are now available in every corner of the world, and that’s just the beginning. Mobile application development has...

We just launched our April 2022 release, and it includes some really exciting new things like deleting a test script and battery drain metrics. CHECK OUT THE RELEASE NOTES Battery drain metrics (Kobiton only) With about 80% of mobile apps abandoned after the first use, the stakes are high to...

It's common knowledge that customer experience is a big deal—and it's even more critical in the mobile retail sector. A recent study showed that 85% of consumers think mobile retail experiences are either just as good or better than traditional brick-and-mortar shopping. And since this seems...

Performance testing lacks the attractiveness and appeal of the creative stages in a mobile app development project. With a slew of media, from television to novelizations to films, glorifying the developers of some of the biggest tech projects in the last several decades, the teams...

Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) are two hallmark processes of a modern development team. DevOps teams that ensure that their pipeline of product development funnels through the best CI/CD platforms set themselves up to reach the finish line of their product launch in...

The mobile game market has exploded in growth in the past decade. Dating all the way back to consumers playing a quick game of 8-bit bowling on their Nokia in the early 2000s, mobile phone technology immediately gave rise to a desire for incorporating mobile...

Software products, websites, and apps have one primary purpose: to serve people. So, it's safe to say that only people can tell if these products are good enough and offer the kind of improvements they need. So before the app or software makes its way to...