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Check out apptim.com. It is specifically for testing client side performance for native mobile apps (Android and iOS) and it is also free to use. Here is a good article that explains more about the tool and what there iss to know about it before getting started: https://blog.apptim.com/mobile-performance-testing/


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When I have tackled this in the past I used a loop and TouchActions. Treat the following sample as pseudo-code. var element = driver.findElement(mySelector); while(!element.IsPresent) { TouchAction() .press(100,100) // Start at 100,100 .moveTo(200,200); // Passing absolute values of 200,200 ending up at 200,200 element = driver.findElement(...


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