- iPhone Nanite
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Testing an iPhone App
I have developed an iPhone App and I wanted to test it before its release. The App testing at Testing4Success.com looks good, so just wondering if anyone else has tried it, or if they have an iPhone App testing company they could recommend.
My App is quite complex, and so I do not want to risk testing it myself.
- 08-20-2010, 03:48 AM #2
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- 11-17-2010, 12:55 PM #8
I suggest that you look for friends with iphone, touches or ipads. Most indie developers are testing their apps like this (I did too). But the first step in my opinion is that you test your app yourself as thoroughly as possible and make a code freeze before you start testing. Only fix bugs after the code freeze, do not add features or optimizations. Otherwise, you can start over testing since any larger modification can break other things.
- 12-28-2010, 12:50 PM #9
- 01-11-2011, 06:23 AM #10
I think he means he can't do all the testing himself...
However, testing4success I've heard good things about. Friend of mine used them but I would say from experience that you should test with friends and family then do a release... wait for feedback then maybe after an update you should use a 3rd party. You don't wanna pay for a service only to find your code is good!
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- 01-25-2011, 04:05 PM #14iPhone Newbie
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Test it as much as you can and give it to friends and family members.
I'm not sure how 3rd party test services work really (if you can outline specific test cases you want looked at etc) but I say if all checks out with you and your friend's testing...then submit. If Apple comes back with an issue during their testing then consider using a 3rd party service if you feel unsure about the App then.
You know what they say..."If at first you don't succeed, call it v1.0"
- 01-26-2011, 04:02 AM #15iPhone Newbie
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If you have budget, 3rd party is a good solution. They have process and techniques to ensure the quality of your application when it's released and have responsible on any escaped bug. You'll surely learn a lot from them also.
Not go with Testing4Success.com yet but it looks good.
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