Mobile Testing

Mobile developers are under constant pressure from the business. Time to market is crucial and release cycles are getting shorter and shorter. New devices are hitting the market every day and they need to be supported as soons as they enter the stores.


Real device testing is both crucial and very complex. Keynote Mobile Testing ensures the quality of your mobile apps and websites through testing on real devices and using real carriers. Powered by the DeviceAnywhere cloud, it streamlines your testing and helps you deliver a great mobile experience to your clients in today's highly competitive marketplace.

Keynote provides flexible scripting that enables your entire organization to build test scripts that work across multiple devices for faster test automation. We support object level including native, web, text and image. Any action that can be performed on a mobile device in-hand can be done with Keynote Mobile Testing. The devices are mounted in a remote box with a remote control unit and a remote antenna. The remote control unit is physically connected to the device's screen and control circuits and is capable of pressing keys and collecting screen images.

The benefits of this solution are simple, improved time to market through shorter release cycles, improved customer experience because of testing on real devices, reduced testing cost because of increased test automation.

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Interested to find out how your site is performing?

Then why not find out? Key Performance is offering free performance monitoring trials and we can have you up und running within day or two.

During the two week trial period we will use Keynote's Transaction Perspective to monitor a key customer journey from five locations, provide you with an onlinetraining to help you work with the online portal and provide you with a quick analysis of how your site is performing and show you some quick wins.

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