Mobile App Testing

Course Description

Mobile application testing is a process by which application software developed for handheld mobile devices is tested for its functionality, usability and consistency. Mobile application testing can be an automated or manual type of testingMobile applications either come pre-installed or can be installed from mobile software distribution platforms. Mobile Application Testing enables enterprises to build applications that are scalable and accessible across multiple platforms.

A mobile app is a software application developed specifically for use on small, wireless computing devices, such as smartphones and tablets, rather than desktop or laptop computers. ... A third category, hybrid apps, combines elements of both native and Web apps.

Mobile application testing accordingly focuses on field testing, user focus, and looking at areas where hardware and software need to be tested in unison.


Mobile Application usage is exploding across the world today. There are several hundred thousand mobile applications available to consumers today across platforms such as Android, Windows and Apple iPhone. Many consumers of web applications now expect at least a basic continuance of the same web services on their mobile devices. This brings up not only the need to create Apps but to Test them, and to ensure that they run on an increasing array of platforms and devices. Mobile Application Testing is the process by which application software developed for handheld devices are tested for its functionality, usability and consistency.


Course Fee : 300 USD

Mobile App Testing Learners from Hachion:
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25 Hours of Live online Training

Live Projects and Exercises

25 Hours of recorded videos

Resume and interview assistance

Recruitment and JOB assistance

Certification Assistance

Course Schedule

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Live online training

USD 300

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  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance
Mentoring mode training
  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance
Live online training and internship
  • Live interactive online training
  • Daily Assignments and Lab exercises
  • Resume and certification guidance
  • Mock interview and live project assistance
  • Resume marketing and job assistance

Course Content


Introduction to Mobile Testing
iOS App Testing
Android App Testing
Mobile Testing Challenges and Solutions
Why Mobile Testing is Tough?

Test an Android Version When It Is Taken Out of Market
How to Test Mobile Apps on Low-end Devices
Field Testing for Mobile Applications
Phone Model Vs OS Version: Which Should Be Tested First?

UI Testing of Mobile Apps

Mobile Responsive Test

What is mobile application testing

Type of mobile applications

mobile application strategy

mobile application test case writing

Challenges in the mobile application testing

Testing types in Mobile application testing

Android application testing in the real device

Android application testing in the emulator

iOS application testing in the simulator

iOS application testing in the real device

Defect tracking for the mobile application testing

Define your own scope of Testing

Do not Limit your Testing

Cross-Platform Testing

Keep an eye on the size of your Mobile App

Testing App Upgrade Scenarios

Device OS may not Support App

App Permission Testing

Compare with similar and popular Apps in the Market

Get an Overview of Apple’s Build Rejection Criterion

Always be on the Front Foot

Keep your app in background for a long time (12-24 hours)

Performance Testing of your App

Types of iOS Application Testing

Manual Testing – Using Device

     a) System Testing

     b) iOS UI Testing

     c) Security Testing

     d) Field Testing

Manual Testing – Using Emulator

     a) Unit Testing

     b) Integration Testing

      c) UI Testing

iOS Automation

       a) Regression Testing

       b) BVT Testing

       c) Compatibility Testing

      d) Performance Testing

Android Application Introduction

‘To Do’ list before the start of Testing Process

Testing Types for Mobile Apps

1) Functional Testing:

2) Android UI Testing:

3) Compatibility Testing:

4) Interface Testing:

5) Network Testing:

6) Performance Testing:

7) Installation Testing:

8) Security Testing:

9) Field Testing:

10) Interrupt Testing:

Best Practices in Android App Testing

1) Device Selection:

2) Beta Testing of the Application:

3) Connectivity:

4) Manual or Automated Testing:

Multitude Mobile Devices

 Device Fragmentation & Various OS Platforms

 Different Mobile App Types

 Numerous Test Interfaces

 Variety of Testing Tools

What is Mobile App Testing?

Issues Arising when a Version is taken out of the Market

Features of Android that vary with Versions



 Network Support



 Inbuilt Google Apps:

Classification of Mobile Application Testing

Importance of iOS and Android Field Testing

How is Field Test Affected?

Hybrid Apps

Native Apps

Strategy for the Field Test

When to do a Field Test for an App?

Examples of Tests that can be Verified in a Field Test

  1. How to Decide on how much UI Testing is Required?
  2. Guidelines: What to Test in Mobile App UI Testing
    •  Screen Resolution
    •  Screen Size
    •  Different UI Elements
    •  Style: Color and Theme Scheme of the Device
    •  Multi-touch or Single touch
    •  Long or Short Press
    • Location
  3. How to Test UI Variations across different OS Versions?
  4. Real Devices or Emulators: What to Choose for UI Testing?
    • Pros
    • Cons
  5. Manual or Automation UI Testing?
  6. Mobile App UI Testing Tools
  7. Checklist for Testing Mobile App UI
  8. 5 Myths On Automated Mobile UI Testing
    • Myth 1: Speed
    • Myth 2: Coverage
      • Myth 3: Consistency
      • Myth 4: Cost
      • Myth 5: Reluctance
    • The Myth And Reality

Usability Testing

Performance Testing

Security Testing

Interruption Testing

Manual Testing

Compatibility Testing

Localization Testing

Functional Testing

Installation Testing

Designing the Mobile test cases from Requirement

Mobile Application SDLC

Advantages & Disadvantages of Mobile App testing

Downloading & Installation of Apps in Mobile

Mobile App Performances as per user’s requirement

Resume preparation

Mock interviews

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