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I think by now you have all your answers. But if you have not. If you want to properly do a QA on your Mobile Application. You need the real devices. That is the most perfect way to test it. If you can't then next best thing would be to use cloud based testing providers. If you are still convinced about stickiing to the emulator scenario. Then.. For ...
+1 more tool found today Approval Tests - https://github.com/approvals/ApprovalTests.Net Approval Tests can be used for verifying objects that require more than a simple assert. They also come prepackaged with utilities for some common .Net scenarios including Dictionaries & Collections, Long Strings, Log Files, Asp.Net, Asp.Net Mvc, Winforms, Wpf ...
You can easily download Android emulator known as Bluestacks from here and install it on your computer - http://www.androidappsonpc.net/download-bluestacks-app-player-for-windows-and-mac/
For some performance testing you don't need a specific tool, only a well-designed test case set, a bunch of test suites which with some variables can be used on any type of operating system family. When you design the test cases, you should take in consideration the application's requirements and non-functionalities: how many users will use the ...
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