8 Challenges of Hybrid Application Testing

For a time, desktop applications were declared dead. They became too costly to develop and deploy compared to web apps, which allowed businesses to easily onboard new users, release updates…

Why Access to Devices is Still a Concern (and What to Do About It)

Android application testing is notoriously challenging. There are at least 24,000 different Android devices in the world made available by over 1,300 brands. Even for developers well-versed in the conundru…

How Outlook Mobile Mastered Its Release Process

Testlio co-founder and CEO Kristel Kruustük recently interviewed Microsoft Partner Director of Engineering Kevin Henrikson in our webinar, How Microsoft Masters Its QA. The following is a transcript of t…

An Inside Look into Testlio’s Issue Tracker Integrations

The integrations team is here to integrate our test management platform, where our testers report bugs to, with your issue tracker. You might interface with us at the very beginning…

Your Guide to Perfecting the Customer Experience Is Here

The customer experience itself has become a product. There’s a clear link between the customer experience and business performance: Companies deemed leaders in Forrester Research’s annual Customer Experience Index strongly…

Building a competitive edge with mobile QA at Lyft

Testlio CEO Kristel Kruustük recently interviewed Lyft Sr. QA Engineer Heather Daigle at Mobile Dev + Test in San Diego. The following is a transcript of the interview, followed by audienc…

How QA Empowers Flipboard’s Flawless Design

Digital magazine platform Flipboard is a fan favorite for curating and devouring content from a variety of sources. Since its start in 2010, Flipboard has added thousands of publishers on…

How Lyft Hailed An Amazing Customer Experience

Logan Green and John Zimmer founded Lyft to change transportation for the better and improve the future of our cities. Since launching Lyft in 2012, the duo has grown t…

3 Ways QA Should Participate In Daily Standups

Standup meetings are a daily (or weekly) staple for teams practicing agile software development. Ten to twenty minutes spent discussing what everyone is currently working on and what issues stand…