2016 Will Be the Year for Wearables, So Test Wisely

You don't have to look far to see the digital transition in practice. Airlines, banks and retail giants are making their products available on various digital platforms to satisfy their customers, grow their business and compete in a challenging market. Wearable devices are the newest contributors to the "digital experience" and will continue making progress in 2016. According to an IDC report, basic wearables such as fitness trackers are growing by 76% year-over-year, while smart

Perfecto Mobile CEO Talks Digital, Rigorous App Testing in Interview

At Enterprise Apps World this week in London, Perfecto Mobile CEO Eran Yaniv sat down with Mobile World Live to discuss the company's mission to help enterprises instill quality in their apps -- from development all the way through customer support. Eran Yaniv In the interview, Yaniv told the tale of how Perfecto's customers have progressed from solely telecom operators in the early days ("early days" being 2010) to today's growing list of

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Are you ready to deliver the experience users expect with Apple Watch and other wearables?

Maybe you just finished watching the Apple Watch announcement and maybe you have some questions. Is your app ready to deliver a great digital experience? What is your reaction? Here's was we're thinking... How will this effect the mobile market? What new trends will this bring? What are the concrete, no-arguments-here benefits of keeping connected via a piece on your wrist? And of course we've been asking ourselves for some time now, how will this

Reflections on Google’s I/O – the Future Looks Bright

In this article I will summarize Android's new concepts and features based on announcements at I/O and how they will affect Perfecto Mobile's MobileCloud Automation tool. The “L” release (next major release of Android) provides important features to mobile devices. The new approach for both web and application UI development unifies the design, code and look and feel across platforms, phones, tablets, and even traditional computers. The integration between Android OS and Chromebook continues to improve.