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To test the Native and Hybrid Apps, Appium and Calabash are the best options. You can test your app on both platforms i.e. Android and iOS using any of the above tool. Appium can be used if you are already familiar with selenium and free to use multiple supported languages for scripting. Calabash is mainly used with ruby language and have its own calabash ...
There is no magic here, you will have to install and run those apps. Consider using dogfood devices by your team, considering the low prices of mobile devices this shouldn't be too expensive even for a big team. Bug bashing is also a good way to exercise devices. The downside is that you loose some control over testing, but you can gain some of it back by ...
You should integrate your tests in to a continuous integration pipeline, and then you can automatically trigger the tests whenever there is a code change to your source code.
You can try from freelancing sites. You will get lot of experienced testers there. You will have diff. testing experts there. You can choose best one according to your need and budget. Utest community is also good solution. That is also collection of good testers.
Take a look at a new platform called http://rainforestqa.com. It's a new approach to crowdtesting where you can arrange testers with different web/mobile environments. There is also a number of free test sessions you can execute, so you'll be able to evaluate the tool without needing to pay upfront
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Applause You could try Applausse the testing services based on their tester network from UTest, I have done some cross-browser and mobile app testing for them. They offer scripted testcases and exploratory sessions where you pay per found issue. Amazone Mechanical Turk With Amazone Mechanical Turk you can define small work loads. Like install and do some ...
I don't know of any free ones, but there are a number of services around that do exactly what you're after. Plus, they range from system or system integration testing to beta or user acceptance testing - so it really depends on your requirements. Check out Bug Wolf, 99 tests and Bug Finders to see if they suit your needs. Otherwise, Googling something ...
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