Scale your native app testing with Autify for Mobile,
a software test automation platform.
No-code and intuitive UI makes creating tests a breeze💡
Create a Test Scenario by interacting with the application as a user would. All operations will be applied to the Test Scenario. Anyone can start creating tests right away. Automate faster, automate more.
Run tests on real devices and emulators simultaneously. Maximize test frequency and coverage📈
You can verify Test Scenarios simultaneously using the terminal environment provided by Autify. There is no need to arrange real devices or create Test Scenarios for each device, maximizing test frequency and coverage.
Autify’s ML supports maintaining UIs that change frequently🤖
Native application UI tends to change frequently. Autify detects changes and updates the Test Scenarios, saving you significant time checking whether the changes were intended.
Autify for Mobile features
Rapid development means frequent changes in the UI. Autify’s Visual Regression feature will automatically spot differences and run tests without maintenance.
Autify captures operations such as Shaking the device and moving the app to the background/foreground with suspend-resume
You can pass environment variables when creating and executing Test Scenarios. For example, you can use an environment variable to pre-login.
Autify eliminates the hassle of managing actual devices and maintaining device farms
You can run multiple tests at once. The number of parallel execution can be customized based on your use case.
Integrate with services you already use. Implement seamlessly. CircleCI, Jenkins, Webhook, TestRail, and Slack are all supported
Mr. Yusuke Konishi
At Kyash, we set up a QA team in 2020 and ran manual tests every time we released an update. While things were generally going well, regression testing became increasingly time-consuming as time went on. We decided to implement Autify for Mobile to improve QA without adding more members. With Autify’s help, we plan to create an automated testing system that members with no development experience can use.