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Android Vs. iOS Mobile App Testing


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There are multiple parameters which are different when it comes to Android and iOS Mobile App Testing. Such parameters include device type, software upgrade, screen sizes and many more.

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Android Vs. iOS Mobile App Testing

  1. 1. ANDROID VS. IOS MOBILE APP TESTING Android apps can be downloaded from the Google Play store and from other websites too. Apple apps can be downloaded from Apple’s digital distribution platform- App Store only. There are a large variety of Android devices available. Hence, the updates undergo a long deployment process which time-taking The testing process is faster for iOS devices due to less number of devices compared to Android ones. Android devices are available from various manufacturers that have different design and functionalities and to test all of them is crucial. The manufacturer of iOS is Apple, and they understand their design. So, testing is easy because there’s only one manufacturer. There are many Android devices, so capacity planning is crucial. The capacity planning of iOS is not crucial but necessary. Android is Google’s open-source operating system and uses mostly Linux OS. iOS is a closed-source operating system and uses the XNU kernel. The updates for Android take a long time to be available depending on various devices and their manufacturers. iOS users can install the updates on all iOS devices at once as there’s only one manufacturer. Due to a large number of screen sizes and layouts, screen resolutions are also different which increases the chances for bugs and errors. There are only a few numbers of devices with various resolutions compared to Android devices when it comes to iOS.