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Saucelabs and Browserstack are great emulators for testing mobile devices. These services provide a wide variety of platforms that can be used for manual and automated testing. Browser development tools can also provide a way to emulate mobile devices. This will give you a good idea of how the environment will display and function with your site. With that ...
There is another online tool https://saucelabs.com/. Check this out Thanks
One of the options is as you have already tried - browserstack. Then you can install android SDK on your machine. It provides an emulator for various screen sizes and android os. For iOS you can try the xcode. I haven't used it personally but it is somewhat like the android sdk but for iOS. You will need Mac OS and iTunes store to install it. BUT No ...
Google freelance websites. Try freelancer.com Elance.com Odesk.com And there are many other sites for such services. Find help on forums like softwaretestingclub.com
There are many sites like that: utest.com Amazon's mechanical Turk: https://www.mturk.com/mturk/welcome Freelancer.com elance.com I got them by 15 seconds of googling for title of your question. There are more, but you get the idea. Disclosure and warning: I never used any of them in any way, do your own research (google for reviews) before signing in.
A reply equally broad as the question, but that does answer it: Go to https://www.testtoolreview.de Filter tools based on your specific situation Compare the available options on specifications that matter to you Pick a winner You should research a bit more before asking generic questions like that.
It's great that you are searching for help here. When I first started off in testing, I didn't have the slightest clue where to look for help, so my first couple projects were a needless struggle. I would get familiar with the school of context driven testing. People like Scott Barber, James Bach, Cem kaner, Keith Klain have lots of content that they've ...
first of all you have to read these two books: Patton Ron - Software Testing, 2nd Edition; Cem Kaner - Testing Computer Software, 2nd Edition. do not pay attention that they are old, these books cover theory and practice of software testing and also SDLC. After that, you will have a strong basis for testing. If you have more questions, feel free to ask ...
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