When you launch a website, be it a static as it may be, you will probably find some unexpected errors and mistakes. It happens to every product and every app, and you must have the tools to find and fix them.
Testpoint’s pool of professional testers is your key to success. Get the advantages of huge QA in-house teams that are dedicated to your website. Surpass the limits of time-consuming tests and get to peak performances in any aspect – and it all starts with a click.
The quality of your website is a direct marker of the quality of your services. A website that takes too long to load, for example, does not leave a lot of room for you to impress.
Assuring the quality of your website is the first step at making a good impression, and it allows you to reach peak performances across browsers to attract your clients to you. With Testpoint’s testers, you will not have to worry about your image in front of your clients.
Broken links are just one of the many problems that can occur when you update your website. And while you should keep updating it constantly to reach more clients, these types of mistakes cause the same clients to abandon you as quickly as they came.
We scour your site map for any possible errors, broken links or mishaps that might happen so that you can fix them before you lose any potential client.
A website can hold a lot of information, call-to-actions and forms – but if you will not think of the process your client goes through when building it, they won’t reach all of it.
Users tend to have a very short attention-span and we at Testpoint uinderstand that. That is exactly why our testing protocols are extremely user-oriented, taking into consideration the current abandon rate and heat maps to make sure you present the right content, in the right place – and maximize your effort.
Each client is unique, with their preferences and tools, and we don’t have control over it. Our task is to make sure that no matter which tool, browser, or preference they have – your website will provide a consistent and optimal experience, across all platforms.
Guaranteeing the same experience for each client means optimizing each client’s value – so what are you waiting for? Let’s get you consistent!
From leading brands to emerging companies, our clients support 1.6 billion+ users and are organizations of all sizes.
Testpoint is one of the leading forces in the market for finding, filtering, and employing QA testers of the highest quality.
Over the past years we have built a pool of professionals that specialize in any kind of test you may need to ensure your product gets the best treatment possible: testing environments, testing protocols, languages, and platforms. We work alongside our clients to understand and identify the testing needs, build a team and managing it to provide the most comprehensive test results out there.
Forget the limits of your personnel and budget and get the results you always wanted with a team that surpasses the constraints – and in fraction of the cost.
With Testpoint you can submit your test needs via our site pre-set templates. In case you have unique requirements, you can always contact us for a managed testing service powered by our Testagency we-test.
There are many advantages of real testing VS lab testing. Some of the main benefits are the ability to test in real life conditions – in your real geographic markets by real people using real devices, and by many of them at the same time.
There are many types of crowdsourcing , for example:
Crowdtesting, Crowdwriting, Crowdfunding, crowd voting, crowd smart, design and more.
Crowdsourcing is a form of collaboration that involves sharing or outsourcing certain tasks in a project to be carried out by a community of collaborators, instead of what traditionally would be done – through subcontracting or outsourcing to a company.
Software testing is roughly divided into 2 areas, functional and non-functional.
Functional testing is the process through which QAs determine if a piece of software is acting in accordance with predetermined requirements, e.g that login works.
Non-functional testing is aimed at the way a system operates under certain conditions , e.g when multiple users login at once.
Testpoint wizard allows a customer to submit his test to multiple testers worldwide by himself, anytime, anywhere.
Post submission the test cycle will start almost immediately and the customer will receive inputs within hours from the selected testers. All reports are aggregated to the customer dashboard in a very organized ,easy & manageable way.
Our recommendation is to take at least 3 testers per platform.
As people are different, some are more sensitive to user interface issues and some to functionality, so you will get more insights.
And it’s great for verification and deeper understanding , if you have a bug reported from 2 or 3 then it is indeed there.
The best test to choose is the one that is suitable to what you need at the moment!
For example, if you want to quickly discover the most common 1st degree bugs or you are just in a hurry choose ‘Speedtest’.
If you are testing as you develop and what testers to follow your test plan and coverage choose ‘Daily’.
The correct test is the one you need, so , let’s divide it into needs and then relate it to a pre-set wizard option.
Unique in the app testing world, Testpoint allows Independent, cost effective, quick and high quality results , like no other testing service in the traditional market today.
The minimum requirement is that your app is available , up & running with the most basic flows.
When you submit your tests you need to submit it separately. why? First, Because an android app cannot be installed on an apple device and vice versa, that is trivial.
Second, on Android app testing you can supply your APK file or a link to download from while with iOS app tests you need an enterprise/testflight license or a link to the Appstore for testers to install.
Third, there are inherent differences in the UK/UI between the platforms, today they are minor but in many cases the same app is designed and acts differently on those 2 platforms.
Different world entirely….a desktop app designed to work on pc’s/ mac’s , with different operating tools and scope.
Think about the use of famous games in the market, the use of a high-end pc with pro keyboards , mouse and high speed network is a must! The mobile experience cannot replace it. The same go’s for desktop app testing VS mobile app testing.
Yes, it does. To be accurate – it adds a test type called stress/load.
For example , if you expect a thousand daily users and up to a hundred concurrent ones then you should test your app at least 10% more than that,so, eleven hundred during the day and one hundred and ten concurrent.
Tip-Make sure your app is fully functional ready and with good quality before you do any stress/load testing.
Testpoint testers come from all over the world, some of them are professional testers and some are technical-oriented users.
To become a Testpoint tester, a tester goes through a tough screening process where Testpoint verifies that the tester can communicate and correspond well in english. Second, a tester goes through an online exam to check how many and how well he finds the implemented bugs in it.
And third, even if a tester passes, he gets an initial rating that keeps on changing by the customers and our community manager when he participates in a live test cycle.
Testpoint platform always chooses the highest rated testers available per test cycle,always.
Because no one wants to have buggy software that does not work or works badly… your users expect high quality products as you do when you use others yourself, the market is competitive and if you ‘fail’ on quality then the alternatives are 2 seconds away, be the one that the users go to and not the one that they go from.