5 Mobile Testing Ebooks for Free Download

Book_stackTo help testers gain an edge, here’s a list of free resources

Mobile testing is making leaps and bounds of progress in the overall testing space. As this field is highly dynamic, a tester must constantly evolve and improvise his or her knowledge of mobile testing. To help software testers gain an edge, I have compiled the following list of mobile testing eBooks that can be downloaded for free.

Mobile Testing: Ready Reckoner

This book, compiled by Ajay Balamurugadas and Sundaresan Krishnaswami, is a nice introduction to the mobile testing space. It covers many topics like tools, mobile device functions, and mind maps for Android and iOS devices. You can download it from here.

The Essential Guide to Mobile App Testing

Put together by uTest, this book covers topics like overcoming QA challenges, differentiating native apps from mobile web apps, along with details about OSs, devices, carriers and more. You can download it from here.

Why Mobile App Testing is Important to Your App’s Success

This is a book by AppSee. It covers critical mobile testing aspects like comprehensive test strategy, challenges in mobile testing, and use of an in-app analytics tool to improve user experience. Download this book from here.

The Ultimate Guide to Mobile App A/B Testing

This is an interesting book, as it covers A/B testing of mobile apps. In this book you will explore how you can A/B test app elements without shipping new versions, which app elements you can easily A/B test for quick results, best practices to follow when launching an app A/B test, etc. Give it a look over here.

Quick and Efficient Mobile Testing Strategy

This book from ChaiOne discusses churning out efficient test strategies to increase test effectiveness under tight timelines. This book covers tips to minimize OS fragmentation issues and reduce testing time. You can download it from here.

I hope this list of mobile testing eBooks will be useful to mobile testers.

 

This article originally appeared in Testing Diaries at http://www.testingdiaries.com/5-mobile-testing-ebooks-free-download/

 

 

Maharshi Shah is a Senior QA Engineer – Automation at Mobiquity, Inc., and webmaster and author for TestingDiaries.com. He is an experienced mobile tester, and has worked for over six years in manual testing, performance
testing (JMeter) and automation testing (Selenium).

Maharshi Shah
Maharshi is a Senior QA Engineer – Automation at Mobiquity, Inc., and webmaster and author for TestingDiaries.com. He is an experienced mobile tester, and has worked for over six years in manual testing, performance testing (JMeter) and automation testing (Selenium).

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