Imagine this scenario – You see a really cool app totally by chance, and gets so smitten by it that you download it instantly. Entranced, you explore it with enthusiasm and feel “wow!”. In a matter of minutes, the latest discovery is shared with your peers and on social media. Fast forward a couple of days when the freshness has slowly started to wear off, and you are like “This seemed to be great, but it’s just an ok app”. A week later, you feel the app was a complete waste of time. Heck! You hardly open it anymore.
How many times has this happened to you? If you are an app addict like me, you might be suffering from this on a weekly basis. Why does this happen? One word – Bugs!
Applications like the above mentioned have great ideas, but are completely destroyed by bugs. It’s like they don’t know testing services such as testbytes exist. People, who can find the chinks in the armour, help the developers iron out the flaws and turn a great idea into the great product that it was envisioned to be. Testing is undoubtedly an integral part of app development.