Testlio

Austin, TX, USA
2012
  |  By Kassidy Kelley
Functional testing is a type of software testing that validates web or mobile applications against pre-determined specifications and requirements. The goal is to ensure that the software performs as expected by both developers and end-users. Functional testers aim to emulate real-world scenarios and user pathways, testing not only for functionality but also for non-functionality, such as how the app behaves in airplane mode or when a video buffers.
  |  By Jaanus Ranniit
Releasing software is often a sequence of repetitive activities, including critical quality gates to assure the right version, configuration, and scope are deployable and releasable. In those critical moments, we want our release quality and risks to be predictable against expected outcomes and behaviors – we want to mitigate any potential risks associated with new changes.
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Finding a bug is one thing, but documenting it is just as important, if not more so. That’s why we want to share how to write the ideal bug report. We’ll also share a list of the seven items in the Testlio bug report template. Bug reporting demonstrates a development issue and gives your developers a place to start fixing it.
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In February 2024, approximately 89,000 mobile apps were released via the Apple App and Google Play stores—37,000 and 52,000, respectively. That’s about 3,100 mobile apps per day, and that’s not even counting the apps released via other platforms. App consumers know they have options, and if your app isn’t cutting it for them, they can simply delete it and find a better one—which means you can’t afford to scrimp on app quality assurance.
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25 industry leaders confidently scale their software testing with a comprehensive, AI-powered approach to quality engineering.
  |  By Summer Weisberg
We all understand that software quality is a critical aspect of modern software development. There are countless metrics that can be tracked, business value that can be attributed to the quality of software, and cautionary tales in news cycles driven by critical issues that make their way to production. Yet, in many cases, organizations still fail to define and implement a quality strategy.
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Without payment gateway testing, you risk cart abandonment, over or underpayments, penalties, and increased customer support costs. These risks occur when web or mobile app payment transactions run into issues. To avoid these issues, online retailers should create test cases, conduct periodic checks, and update their processes to ensure the system’s integrity. From functional testing to usability testing, there are many ways to test payment processing.
  |  By Emeka Obianwu
Just shy of a year ago and coinciding with the Atlassian Team ‘23 conference, Testlio unveiled an initiative to help product teams adopt signal-driven testing as a core pillar of the future of software quality engineering. A lot of exciting things have happened and continue to happen since that announcement, which collectively serves as validation of the opportunity for product teams to dramatically improve test coverage efficiency through signal-driven testing.
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Thorough software testing aims to identify and resolve potential issues before they impact users, ensuring a high-quality user experience. However, optimal testing levels can be hard to achieve for most quality assurance (QA) teams. An optimal testing level requires balancing testing thoroughness, coverage, and speed with resource allocation.
  |  By Arpita Goala
Measuring the success of quality assurance (QA) and software testing can be a complex task that requires going beyond surface metrics. It’s a nuanced process that needs an in-depth understanding of how every decision and action your team takes translates into tangible benefits for the product, the team, and, ultimately, the end-users. However, with so many data points available, identifying which metrics truly matter can feel like finding a needle in a haystack.
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4 Difference Between Functional and Nonfunctional Testing by @testlio
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On a gloomy Friday evening ten years ago, two young Estonian entrepreneurs with a dream sat in a dimly lit flat in London, trying to come up with a name for their future company that would improve the way software testing is done. The AngelHack hackathon was starting the next day and the couple was planning to to pitch their idea there. A bit before midnight, the goal of choosing the company name was reached - Testlio was officially registered and our founders Kristel and Marko Kruustük were ready to take on one of the biggest and rewarding journeys of their life - creating a globally distributed company that powers networked testing to enable human possibilities.
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Fused testing brings together automated and manual testing as a direct response to the tension between quality, speed and coverage in the software development process. Testlio is the first company to provide the quality engineering talent, industry partnerships, holistic platform and strategic services needed to deliver fused testing.
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Hey, future TestLion. Ready to join our Pride? No matter which mobile apps you use, there’s a good chance that Testlio plays a role in it. We have tested apps from top brands like the NBA, CBS, Microsoft, Hotels.com, and USA Today. Over 1.6 billion people have a better app experience because of our work.
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Software is the lifeblood of every business. To satisfy customers' increasing expectations and to stay ahead of the competition, businesses need to continually improve and enhance their software offerings. The need for increased speed is understood; however, customers have zero tolerance for decreased software quality.
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The entrepreneurial journey is an adventure with unpredictable twists and turns. But, while journeys takes many shapes, one thing is common amongst entrepreneurs – a passion and vision for what might be. Testlio's journey started in 2012 with an idea to offer a better way to test software and release apps with confidence. Testlio's founders, Kristel and Marko Kruustuk, had the vision to provide skilled testers with more meaningful opportunities, thereby creating world-class app testing outcomes and customer experiences.
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Today's business software users want consumer-like digital experiences, and quality is critical for customer adoption and retention. But with expanding product scope and increasingly diverse end-users, are your software testing practices keeping up with customers' expectations?
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Join industry veterans Michelle Surya and Zach Chrissinger for a 30-minute webinar on building a live stream testing strategy.
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More information about Testlio Ignite: https://testlio.com/ignite/

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This guide explains how the logical principles of fused testing debunk common test automation journey assumptions. Together, humans and machines run rapid test cycles conducted in short timeframes to release quality apps and better end-to-end customer experiences. This guide explains how the logical principles of fused testing debunk common test automation journey assumptions. Together, humans and machines run rapid test cycles conducted in short timeframes to release quality apps and better end-to-end customer experiences.
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Payment gateways are the vital financial link between customer and business. You risk a lost sale if a customer encounters even a minor issue during checkout. Payment gateway testing mimics each step of the payment process to verify that connections, transactions, and paths for communications are working. Testers uncover issues that impact a seamless transaction and user experience. This guide provides a full overview of payments testing, from definitions to use cases to actionable testing scenarios.
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Each approach for scaling QA - in-house, offshore, crowdsourced, networked - has its own merit; deciding between approaches can be a painstaking process. One way to compare testing methods is to break down their respective costs. This whitepaper walks you through a financial model to understand the economic considerations of in-house vs. networked testing. Each approach for scaling QA - in-house, offshore, crowdsourced, networked - has its own merit; deciding between approaches can be a painstaking process.
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Whether you scale QA in-house or through a partner, it's essential to understand which options best match your app testing needs. Do you hire in-house testers? Do your engineers need to shift left and take ownership of code issues? Do you augment testing with crowdsourced QA? For many organizations, the answer is a software testing partner that can help you tackle all of these issues. Whether you scale QA in-house or through a partner, it's essential to understand which options best match your app testing needs.
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Learn how to extract vital testing session information to identify the cause of defects. Most QA and engineering teams are missing out on critical app testing session data. Access to these insights helps rapidly increase bug triage and issue resolution. With instrumented testing, software teams have rich, nuanced, and contextual issue causation and testing environment data at their fingertips. In addition to revealing new test data, teams can reduce their dependency on multiple diagnostic tools or processes.
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Companies seeking to take advantage of the global online consumer base must optimize their offerings for web and mobile devices. Software development companies have two primary options for device testing - real and virtual. This guide explores the benefits of real device testing and how to craft a networked testing strategy that ensures dynamic offerings across operating systems, network connections, browsers, devices, and a global user base.
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Learn why virtual experiences like video chat, interactive commenting, and others are gaining popularity and what to test for a seamless user experience.
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Discover why an industry shift towards a "collective" approach to testing makes sense for flexibility, cohesion, and faster release cycles.
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This data-packed report uncovers key insights and benchmarks for Commerce & Retail app engineering and QA Teams.
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This e-book is loaded with ideas to help you maximize speed and efficiency in a remote-only world.

Testlio is the leader in managed app testing. With networked and burstable models, Testlio helps you deliver great customer experiences—fast.

Testlio’s widely acclaimed app testing solution features dedicated client teams, a global network of thousands of testers in 150+ countries, and a comprehensive service delivery platform. Our suite of flexible, scalable and on-demand testing services are perfect for end-to-end, usability, localization, functional, and location testing programs. When apps must perform brilliantly, clients like American Express, CBS, Hotels.com, Microsoft, and the NBA turn to Testlio to ensure world-class customer experiences for 1.6 billion+ users.

How Testlio Works:

  • Testlio Platform: Streamline all your testing needs under a single robust test management platform. Testlio’s elegant UI and intuitive modular platform guide you seamlessly through the entire testing process. Unlimited licenses. No fees.
  • Testlio Services: The Testlio Services team brings multiple named resources to each client engagement based on variable needs – from a light-touch co-managed approach to an embedded and integrated fully-managed engagement and every step in-between.
  • Testlio Network: With thousands of vetted and experienced testers in 150+ countries, the Testlio Network brings burstable testing expertise, efficiencies, and higher quality issue detection to your web and native app testing.
  • Testlio Purpose: We passionately test to fuel amazing app experiences. We are relentlessly dedicated to helping you quickly and confidently release great software products. We’re a different kind of testing company. Human-driven. Team-oriented. Kind.

Testlio helps more than 2 billion people use great apps.