Bugs are known for being such a menace and quite evil for our mobile applications, games and websites as well. Chances are that if you are an app developer and so far you have not yet reached that level of downloads for your downloads as you expected, then this could be well attributed to a case of bugs. It is looking at these facts that we see the need to do an app testing for your app developments and processes. By and large, for the sake of getting the best out of the app testing efforts, it is advisable to get started with the testing as early as in the development phase for you to ensure good quality, be on time and as well check on the overall effort and costs.
Generally speaking, it can be said to be a fact that automated testing methods and approaches would prove ideal for both validation of the requirements and reducing the costs of testing via the automated test case generation and this is when it is done the right way and at the earliest phase of the app development. But this said, the full automation as well has a cost that it comes with and this is one that many have not been ready to provide for anyway. But when you consider how much fixing a bug later in the process would be costly, you see the need to ensure that everyting that would be related to app testing should be factored right from the beginning of your app development project. Generally when it comes to app testing, there has generally been that common understanding by many that an app can be tested just once and this would be in such cases as when it is already in existence and when it is indeed stable enough for testing. But this be as it is, the fact is that testing the app elements as early as during the development phases is the best way to go and has a lot of benefits to you.
Generally, it is not advisable to think of testing your apps just a few days to their release to the market for by then, you will be way too late already. There are quite a number of features of the apps that should be tested right from day one such as the aspects, data and functionality.