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The Top Android Devices & the Testing Challenge

Developing apps for Android can be painful at best. With new devices coming out every day it becomes increasingly difficult to keep up, let alone to get ahead. Max Knobloch of Mashable says in a recent article “It’s a brave new world out there for Android users. The list of capable smartphones powered by Google‘s mobile operating system grows every season.

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With Apple falling to the second spot of top operating systems after 2013’s fiscal second quarter (nearly 80% of devices shipped at that time ran on Android), now is as good a time as any to consider the humble droid.”  The article goes on to list the top 5 Android devices of 2013 including the HTC One, LG G2, Galaxy S4, Nexus 4, and the Moto X.

One must make careful consideration of which devices they would like to support and more importantly how those features will be tested.

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1. Android App Testing

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3. Thoroughly Test Your Mobile Apps

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January 20, 2014 - Posted by | mobile testing | ,

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