QA & Testing
Mobile Diagnostics Solution, TestM, Launches First App to Disrupt Secondary Smartphone Market
TestM announces its official launch on iOS and Android devices. Particularly timely in advance of Apple's iPhone 8 announcement, TestM allows users to verify the condition of their mobile device through extensive tests, generating reports which can be shared between buyers and sellers. Amassing thousands of users worldwide this week, TestM offers both buyers and sellers peace of mind when making transactions on secondary marketplaces.
Numerify Announces New Software Development Analytics Application
Numerify,a cloud analytics solutions company focused on business analytics for IT leaders, today announced the expansion of its product footprint to include analysis of software development processes with its latest application, Software Development Analytics (SDA). Numerify SDA delivers deep visibility into every step of the software process from definition to deployment, enabling business leaders to prioritize the effective delivery of application development and innovation projects.
LEADING QUALITY AND TEST MANAGEMENT PLATFORM PROVIDER ZEPHYR CELEBRATES 12,000 CUSTOMER MILESTONE
Zephyr, the industry’s fastest growing provider of enterprise quality and test management software, today announces its install base has grown to 12,000 customers. This impressive milestone reflects the trust Zephyr commands among industry leaders and demonstrates the company’s commitment to transform their customers DevOps journey.
Google Trying to Accomplish Battery Improvements with Android O
Google has released its new offering in Android, Android O' for the second time in the year. The next version of Android is set to intensify Google’s push to create apps that have minimal impact on a user's device and battery. Developers will be the first ones to use Android O and are expected to come up with a mandate on Google’s strategy in a short time. The tech giant is yet to provide details about what new features the update will bring to Android, but has hinted that the software will focus on improving battery life and the device's interactive performance. Android O will only be made available to regular users after a series of try outs and testing.