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Smartwatch Testing Cheat Sheet

In one of my last posts I published my mobile testing cheat sheet. The reactions I received from social media and other channels was just great. The cheat sheet was very well received by you and I think it will help you to not forget the important parts when it comes to mobile app testing.

Maybe you have read my blog series about smartwatch app testing including the different watch platforms as well as several testing ideas that might help you to tackle this new technology stack. Wearables and especially smartwatches are becoming more and more important in our life and may be the next big challenge for you as well. Eran Kinsbruner wrote a great guest blog post about wearables in 2016 and if you miss that post I highly recommend you to read it here. The post will provide you with lots of useful insights in the wearable world.

After finishing my smartwatch app testing series I published the whole content on leanpub.com in a new eBook called “Smartwatch App Testing”. The whole series can be found on my blog for free, but to provide my eBook readers some exclusive content I created another cheat sheet just for wearable devices such as smartwatches. The cheat sheet include 30 different sections that are important to know and to cover when testing a smartwatch app.

Smartwatch Testing Cheat Sheet

The following list is an excerpt of the different sections:

  • Accessibility Testing
  • Interrupts
  • Permissions
  • Gestures
  • Beta Testing
  • Security
  • Sensors
  • Mobile Networks
  • Watch faces
  • Devices

and many more.

If you are interested in the smartwatch app testing cheat sheet you can purchase the eBook on the leanpub page or just click the following image. And by clicking the image you get a 50% discount on the eBook. However, there are only 50 discount vouchers available, better be fast to get your copy of the eBook.

Smartwatch App Testing Cheat Sheet - Adventures in QA

If you have any kind of feedback on the mind map let me know in the comments. With the help of leanpub, I will update the mind map from time to time, to add or replace topics that are important to know, new or have changed.

#HappyTesting

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