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Any one share your inputs on performance testing of a Mobile App.

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Normally performance testing of mobile application is not required as mobile applications have only one user and if you're happy with application load time, responsiveness, rendering times, etc. - you should be good to go.

If your application is being updated frequently and it is relatively big and complex you might want to automate the steps and set some thresholds which define maximum operation completion time. In that case check out the following tools:

  • Appium
  • Calabash

As you said you have to test a mobile application, you can test,

  1. Whether it works in the same seamless manner on a phone with low hardware, OS and memory configurations as it does on a phone with high memory and hardware or does it hang or get slow.
  2. How much battery does it consume? How much memory and CPU does it occupy?
  3. Does it get slow if used for a long time?
  4. Does it maintain a local database on the phone? If yes, does it get slow with increase in size of the database?
  5. If it requires internet connection how well does it work with slow network connections like 2G or bad WIFI?
  6. Have few applications open in background and then try to run your application. Does it hang or get slow?

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