Bugwolf, a leader in software testing, announces today that we have partnered with UiPath, the leading enterprise in Robotic Process Automation (RPA) software company, to improve software testing with the power of AI, machine learning, and robotic automation.
While other big companies like Facebook and Google cash in on monetising user data and pitching heavily targeted advertisements, Apple's latest release is taking steps to protect their users' browsing habits and personal information.
Usability can actually be a marketing tool. The more informative a website is, the more likely it is that a potential customer will remain long enough to convert. A high quality site also makes it easier for the customer to interact, thus minimising website abandonment, and these aren’t the only ways that user friendliness and usability increase conversions.
Usability testing is no longer treated as just something that needs to be done at the end of website or application development. It is now an important element that is present, at least to some degree, throughout the development cycle.
Developers have leaned in the direction of IOS for some time. This is because it is a very widely used operating system. While Android has made some inroads, IOS is still number one. This means that testers are more likely to confront regression testing against IOS, simply because of the sheer number of applications that have been designed for that operating system. It's a self reinforcing circle, there are a larger number of third party applications available for IOS and the fact that there are so many applications available makes IOS the senior mobile operating system, which encourages more applications to be written for IOS.