There are many advantages to using a cloud-based testing lab – 24/7 support, an always-on environment, enterprise-level security. But let's not forget about access to new devices on the day they're available in stores. Today's the day for you to test iPhone 7 and 7 Plus inside Perfecto's CQ Lab. iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are officially available in Perfecto's cloud. We're excited to share that Apple's latest and greatest are up and
If you're anything like me, you've been using financial services apps a lot more lately. A few years ago the idea of accessing banking information on a smartphone would give me anxiety. Now I'm comfortably dependent on my financial apps to pay bills and transfer money. The apps are just easy to use, and frequent security alerts and email updates have curbed my anxiety about privacy issues. It's clear that big banks are committed to
Here are the mobile testing topics in the news this week that got us excited. Netflix realizes its Internet speed testing website needed an app; TechRepublic breaks down what makes a mobile app successful; Bloomberg reports on the accelerated pace of connected cars and IoT; and a UK train ticket service uses customer analytics to improve mobile testing and digital quality. Read on for more details. Netflix Launches FAST Speed Test App for Simple Connection
This summer, more consumers than ever are using different devices to shop, travel to the beach, work and keep up with friends. Is your website ready? Can it conform to any screen size? These questions are driving developers and QA managers to a responsive web design (RWD) approach that delivers a seamless digital experience on any device, operating system or browser. However, teams building responsive websites are up against complex user environments. Network connections are
This election cycle has been among the most technology-driven in history, which should come as no surprise.
Evolving mobile user habits have a major effect on the decision to build responsive websites.
Here's a mobile news summary covering artificial intelligence in retail, CVS's Beacon connection and Facebook's unique app testing strategy.
Now is a good time to look at the good, the bad and the ugly of the Pokemon Go mobile app.
By now, everyone has heard about the new Pokemon GO mobile app.
I'm sure you've heard about companies "going digital." In part, this refers to replacing physical experiences like visiting a brick-and-mortar store with delivering a great digital experience via mobile apps or websites. But, presenting a united digital experience for every web, app, or IoT user sometimes means breaking down the barriers between business, creative and development. Truly "going digital" is about consolidating internal teams and resources. The idea is to bring web, mobile and social
The Fourth of July is right around the corner, one of the biggest holidays for mobile travelers. Will your app survive the holidays?
UEFA Euro 2016 has taken over France, with games taking place at 10 stadiums in 10 cities. Will your app thrive in these environments?
Aside from the wild world of mobile gaming, apps are becoming far more focused on function rather than bells and whistles.
Competition in the mobile app market has led to a constant stream of relatively major news stories in the space.
Responsive web design is no longer an optional matter for testers and developers, as it has moved to the center of user experience management in a relatively short period of time.
The importance today of having a strong digital presence is undeniable, but the road to consistently releasing great mobile apps and websites is paved with challenges. Each organization has its own unique challenges in achieving true digital quality, but at a high level, development and testing teams tend to worry about being fast enough to keep up with market demands, and also durable enough for the complicated real world where mobile users are always, well,
What does a successful mobile app do? Here are some digital quality characteristics that will keep your users coming back for more: It quickly does what it promises to do (Uber finds you a ride, Waze gives you the fastest route to your destination) It's always easy to use and navigate It releases regular updates with useful new features It has no bugs (and if there are bugs, they're fixed quickly with an update) It
The mobile app market is booming, but the behaviors of consumers continue to change more rapidly than many developers and testers can keep up with, especially when it comes to mobile payments and privacy.
App downtime can be extremely costly, and it does not take long for the losses to stack up.
We've been writing a lot on this digital quality blog about what the digital experience looks like today. We've covered the the technical challenges and the business impact of delivering a great digital experiences across multiple devices, screen sizes, operating systems and browsers. Listen to an interview with Roi Carmel, Sr. VP of Products and Corporate Strategy: These themes and ideas have inspired three main areas where Perfecto has been investing its resources over the
Mobile apps have quickly become a central force in retail and marketing, with companies in the industry deploying more branded software to gain a strong following among their customers and prospects.
Competition has heated up across the information and communications technology arena of late.
Google I/O 2016 was highly anticipated this year, as the tech world continues to evolve more quickly.
Customization, personalization, enhanced prospect targeting - all of these trends and more are weighing more heavily on the tactics of businesses, marketers, app developers and others today.