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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. Read more

Mobile Testing Cheat Sheet

This is the first post in 2016 related to mobile testing and I think that new and interesting mobile testing challenges will come up this year for all of us. We all know that mobile apps are becoming more and more important for nearly every section of our lives and that the mobile market is still on the rise. More and more apps for smartphones, tablets and smartwatches are coming to the market to solve any kind of problem for the mobile user.
However, many mobile apps are still not well developed and tested and sometimes it is very hard to remember all those important areas during our testing activities. In order to change that, I created a mobile testing cheat sheet which you can use to print out and to stick it to your office walls to not forget important areas while developing and testing your mobile app. Maybe the mobile testing cheat sheet will help you and your colleagues in the daily app development business.
The mobile testing cheat sheet contains various areas that are really important in order to submit a high quality app to your customers.

Mobile Testing Cheat Sheet

The mind map contains 32 sections that you and your team should consider while the development and testing phase. There are areas such as: Read more