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Mobile phones come under the essential tools of human life. As per the studies, it is said that approximately 500 million of mobile applications are downloaded, on daily-basis. Out of these, only 33% of applications are retained by the users. The number is not at all satisfying because people are instantly ignoring the applications due to some shortcomings. Applications are created for the easiness of the end-users, and if it does not have that appeal, users deny to use.

By keeping that in mind, we are sharing the best mobile app testing tools through which the performance of mobile applications, will be verified.

1. Kobitan:

One of the well-recognized mobile app testing platforms. It offers a seamless experience to the quality assurance team and enhances the performance of an application. Kobitan covers the environment of more than 350 mobile devices, which means there is a very minimal scope of bugs left after getting verified by the tool.


    • It supports Android as well as iOS both
    • Maintains the log of testing results for future use
    • It offers support for Appium as well
    • Quick and Instant testing is done by running test cases on real devices.

2. Calabash:

This is an open-source automation testing tool that supports iOS and Android both. Testers are free to run their automated test cases of both the applications. The testing tool is available free of cost.


    • A separate library is added at Calabash to test Android and iOS mobile applications.
    • There is no need to know perfect English as the tool is designed on the Cucumber concept, and by using simple language (English), the testing would be done.
    • Calabash is easy to use, and there is no technical knowledge required to understand it.
    • The tool comfortably interacts with hybrid as well as native applications.
    • It generates an environment of more than 1000 real mobile devices.

3. Appium:

Sauce labs is the founder of the testing tool, which is open-source in nature. There is no cost for using the testing platform. All the needs for mobile app testing are fulfilled by Appium, as it supports Android as well as iOS both. The tool supports cross-platform and performs well on Mac, Linux, and Windows.


    • Appium supports all web compatible programming languages to write scripts.
    • Set-up multiple platforms easily.
    • When you use Appium, there is no need for recompilation or to have access to the code.
    • Compatible with all the other frameworks.

4. EarlGrey:

It is a testing tool specifically created, for iOS applications. Testcases that are written in Objective-C or Swift, can be tested through EarlGrey tool. Google has developed the testing tool and is maintaining the same. In the present time, EarlGrey 2.0 is getting used in the industries.


    • EarlGrey is very well known for its synchronization features. At every run, it maintains the output by keeping the changes and network requests into consideration. Management of custom timings manually is allowed by EarlGrey.
    • With EarGrey1.0, one can use EarlyGrey2.0. From XCode directly, the code can be run.
    • User-friendly interface with complete support.

5. TestProject:

A frequently used tool, through which testing of the applications (Web, iOS, and Android) can be done without putting much effort. TestProject is very well known because the first testing that is free and cloud based.


    • Technical skills are not required for configurations and setups.
    • Knowledge of coding is not mandatory at any stage
    • CI/CD workflow can be, integrated effortlessly
    • Report generation along with complete summary via Dashboard.

6. Apptim:

The tool keeps a complete check of the performance of the mobile application before getting launched in the public domain. It evaluates the behavior of any mobile application (Android and iOS) based on scenarios of power consumption, crashes, error handling, and app render times, etc.


    • Technical skills are not required for configurations and setups.
    • Knowledge of coding is not mandatory at any stage
    • CI/CD workflow can be, integrated effortlessly
    • Report generation along with complete summary via Dashboard.

7. Bitbar.com:

When it comes to mobile testing, nothing can beat Bitbar. This tool, is the most reliable, flexible, and comfortable cloud-based tool that facilitates automated as well as manual test scripts on more than 1000 devices of the real environment. You can use any framework during testing on Bitbar.


    • Prominent integration with IDEs, Frameworks, and CI/CD tools.
    • Any application can be, tested in 1000+ environments with an unlimited number of users.
    • Saves hours and money by reducing the testing time. Even the testing that may take months can be, done here in a few hours.

So, Guys, these are some most known and leading mobile application testing tools. So make your application even more impactful and bug-free by using the mentioned tools. We will keep you updated with the other important concepts of testing. Keep browsing the page to keep yourself updated with the recent approaches of technology. Feel free to get in touch if any query comes. Thank you for your time!!!

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