The process of mobile testing can vary depending on the specific project and the mobile platform (iOS or Android) being tested, but generally it includes the following steps:
Planning and Preparation: Define the scope of the testing, identify the target devices and platforms, and gather any necessary resources, such as test cases, test data, and test environments.
Test Case Creation: Create test cases that cover the different functionalities of the app, including positive and negative scenarios.
Test Execution: Execute the test cases on the target devices and platforms. This step may involve manual testing and/or automated testing.
Results Analysis: Analyze the test results and document any defects or issues that are found.
Bug Reporting and Tracking: Report and track any defects or issues that are found during testing.
Test Closure: Close the testing phase, and prepare the final test report, including the summary of the test results.
Maintenance: Keep track of the app's updates and new releases, and perform regression testing to ensure that the app continues to work as expected after updates.
It's worth noting that mobile testing is a continuous process, and the testing process should be repeated for every new release of the app. Mobile testing also should be done on different mobile devices and different platforms as it's important to ensure that the app runs smoothly on different devices and platforms.
There are many tools available for testing iOS and Android apps, and the best one for your team will depend on your specific needs and development workflow.
XCUITest and XCTest (built into Xcode), Appium ,EarlGrey, Espresso (Android Studio), UI Automator (Android Studio), Selenium, Calabash, Robotium and Appium Studio
Espresso (Android Studio), UI Automator (Android Studio), Appium, Selenium, Calabash, Robotium and Appium Studio
These are just a few examples of the many tools available for testing and test automation on iOS and Android. It's important to choose a tool that is well-suited to your development stack and that your team is familiar with. It's also worth considering the level of community support and documentation available for the tool, as well as its integration with other tools in your testing and development workflow.Click here to reach you!