Most UXers understand the benefits and challenges of remote usability testing, and many of us have conducted remote tests ourselves. But with mobile experiences increasingly dominating the UX field, many of us are stumped when it comes to testing mobile experiences remotely. That’s why we’re here to share tips and to break down the pros and cons of different tools currently on the market that can make remote mobile usability testing feasible. Tools to be discussed include, but are not limited to: Mobizen, Reflector 2, AirServer, Zoom, and GoToAssist. Things change quickly in the world of technology, so we will bring you up to date on what’s currently possible and how much each option might cost. We’ve done the research so you don’t have to.