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The really good source of information related not only about testing on Android platform but mobile testing in general is "Hands-On Mobile App Testing" book by Daniel Knott. It'll give you a general idea on how to approach to mobile testing and which techniques to use. Moreover it has plenty of information regarding testing tools which are currently ...
I suggest you to use adb (Android Debug Bridge) tool (part of Android SDK). So, install application under test on target Android device or emulator. And you should run application to get current activity and package name. So, after running app execute the following commands from command line (android-sdk/platform-tools/adb): adb shell dumpsys window windows ...
You need to provide more context in order to get useful answers, what would you expect from a question about "testing stationary applications" ? A mobile application is...an application and you test it as such in the context of the environment which happens to be mobile. Yes there are some relevant tools, but like in the stationary case using them depends ...
This post answers many different questions related to mobile application testing like how to test mobile applications, different tools to test mobile application etc. Please see if this helps.
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