I just asked a question about best practice for providing feedback to a 3rd party dev shop, and this question's more about what to expect from them, and basically how to review an iPhone app.
Right now we get the app without any QA by the dev shop, which is fine. I'm finding lots of bugs, which is natural, but I wonder what's the best practice: should I as the client be testing this for every bug I can find, or should I just be trying to see if the functionality works and when it doesn't work, indicate such in my feedback to them?
I'm finding that what I've been doing (trying to squash every possible bug I can) is becoming extremely time consuming but it seems unavoidable if I'm trying to test the functionality of the app and keep coming across bugs.
I want to feel like I should be providing more feedback on look and feel, and less on the little things like "phone number formatting isn't working right".
Are my expectations off?