With this Real-Time Testing Tutorial, you will learn how to perform Native Mobile Application Testing using emulators & simulators hosted on the LambdaTest platform.
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How to perform Real-Time Native Mobile App Testing with LambdaTest?
Login to your LambdaTest account. Select the ‘Real-Time Testing’ option from the left panel and navigate to the ‘App Testing.’
Upload an app from your local machine or a public cloud link.
Choose from a range of Android emulators and iOS simulators to test your native mobile apps.
To mark any bugs or tasks, you can use the image editing options built into the program. You can also mark bugs by integrating with your favourite project management tools, including JIRA, by just clicking “Create Issue.”
You can debug mobile apps on Android and iOS using developer tools. To view the logs, click the ‘DevTools’ icon on the left, and all of the current device’s logs will be displayed.
You can change the keyboard language, device orientation, put the device to sleep mode, increase and decrease volume using the “Device Controls” option, and much more.
By selecting the ‘Settings’ icon from the left panel, you can test native mobile apps from various geolocations.
To end your test session, click on the ‘End Session’ icon in the left panel. It will terminate the test session, and you will be logged out.