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I've found Saucelabs.com a big time saver in not having to setup a ton of test client environments. They have free accounts too!
The answer depends on type of tools you would like to use. If you are familiar with agile software development and want your developers to implement and maintain test automation on UI level that you can consider to use developers focused tools Android: robotium(built on top of Instrumentation) ui automator(from Google) Calabash iOS: UI ...
One of the most important tools I use all the time is virtual machines. I have a library of different test environments saved and if I need to test something in any one of those environments I just fire up that VM. The ability to snapshot the virtual machine means that I can corrupt the environment and very easily come back to a pristine state. I would hate ...
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