TestJet - Mobile App testing

Mobile application testing

Get access to the most powerful mobile testing tools and take your team’s productivity to the next level. Simplify and accelerate your testing process with TestJet’s automated testing tools.

What is mobile app testing?

Mobile application testing tests mobile applications to find performance, usability, or functionality problems.

With TestJet’s mobile app testing tools, you can easily run automated test cases on your mobile and web apps. Thanks to our Record-Play-Review approach, you don’t have to rely on expert test engineers to create tests for testing mobile applications.

Why mobile testing your app matters

Improve your app quality

Millions of people use mobile applications every day. By performing automated testing on your mobile app, you can ensure that you offer your users the best possible experience.

Avoid security risks

Bad security presents a risk for your company and your users. Find security bugs that could affect safety in your app with our testing tools for iOS and Android applications.

Reach more customers

Our automation testing tools let you fine-tune every detail of your mobile applications to perform to the max level on Android and iOS devices, helping you reach every potential user.

Mobile app testing parameters we test

TestJet makes mobile testing easier and better. With our test creation tools, you can run automated UI testing on your mobile app, regression testing, performance testing, usability testing, and more.

Mobile Testing Tools services we offer

Our mobile testing services for Android and iOS devices provide you with the best mobile testing tools for your apps.

Our Record-Review approach allows you to easily create test cases for UI acceptance tests on multiple devices. If you need something more, TestJet supports multiple programming languages for writing test scripts for your mobile app testing strategy.

Types of mobile testing

Functional Testing

Functional testing verifies that your mobile app works according to the specified functionality. In addition, testing different mobile operating systems ensures that every user can use your app as expected.

Interruption Testing

Interruption testing checks that your mobile apps can deal with interruptions without failure. Our cross-platform testing framework allows you to create tests for native apps on multiple mobile platforms.

Speed Testing

Loading times are crucial for an excellent mobile experience for mobile apps and mobile web apps. Our automation tools ensure your iOS and Android apps have the best performance.

Memory Leak Testing

If your mobile app doesn’t manage the memory used to run it, it can be closed unexpectedly. Our mobile app testing services help you avoid this problem on mobile devices.

Usability Testing

With our mobile application testing tool, you can ensure that your users get the best experience by running UI tests on both hybrid and native apps.

Security Testing

Security testing helps you protect your company and your users’ data. Using our automation tools, you can create testing scenarios to enhance your mobile app’s security on every mobile device.

TestJet solution for mobile app testing

TestJet mobile app testing services are ready to level up your manual and automated testing.

Our test automation framework supports testing for Android devices and iOS platforms for native and hybrid apps. In addition, our Record-Play-Review approach makes creating tests much easier and allows for flexible test reusability while supporting writing test scripts for your automation testing.

Get started now with TestJet

Our automation tool integrates seamlessly with your Acceptance Test Driven Development process, giving you every tool needed to test mobile apps.

Start now with TestJet’s mobile app testing tool and enjoy faster test execution, robotic process automation, iOS app testing on real devices, Android UI tests, and project management tools that will make your testing process simpler and easier.


What does mobile application testing include?

Mobile app automation testing involves testing the app in multiple situations to analyze its performance, usability, security, and other aspects. Mobile app automation testing tools can be run on virtual or real devices in different testing environments.

What type of testing is done for mobile apps?

Mobile application testing is usually done to ensure that a mobile application runs with the expected performance, to see how the app responds to unexpected situations, and to look for any bugs that could expose the security of the mobile app.

Many test cases are created for this purpose and are performed through test automation or manual testing.

What are the best tools for mobile app testing?

Multiple mobile test automation frameworks exist and are used by many QA engineers to test their mobile apps, including Espresso, Appium, and EarlGrey. Using these, tests can be created in a variety of programming languages.

What are the advantages of the TestJet mobile testing tool?

TestJet offers simple and reliable mobile app automation testing tools that allow everyone to automate testing through our powerful Record-Play-Review approach.

With TestJet mobile app testing tool, this task becomes as easy as recording your actions and replaying them on any mobile device.

What’s the difference between mobile testing and web testing?

While automated UI testing is an important part of mobile and web testing, mobile app testing tools face unique challenges that must be addressed.

Some of the major differences include testing for:

  • Screen size, since many resolutions exist for many different mobile devices.
  • Performance is important for an app to maintain speed even in underpowered hardware.
  •  Cross-platform testing, including hybrid mobile apps, since a mobile application should offer a satisfactory experience on both Android devices and iOS platforms.

Is it better to test on real mobile devices or virtual devices?

Although both have their use cases, most companies prefer performing mobile app automation testing on real devices since that’s the best way to measure what the end-user will experience when running the app.

Emulators can be good for checking the overall functionality of the app, and any external operations, like interacting with an API, but the only way to test in real conditions is to perform it on real devices using an automation tool.