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Short release cycles, continuous deployment, automatic updates, and a fear of social media tattling on beta defects are causing vendors to forgo beta testing and find new ways to get useful user feedback.
Applause, a mobile app analytics service that uses more than 60 million app reviews to rate 1 million iOS and Android apps, the company says, has launched the Applause Index, a daily measurement to help retailers and other companies gauge general consumer sentiment about the app world.
My late-night stroll through Austin with uTest CMO Matt Johnson was a highlight. He told me all about Applause, uTest’s Mobile App Analytics. It sounds like a cool way to find out if your app is winning with customers.
The list of 100 privately held, high-growth companies with bright futures is based on growth (both in sales and hiring), quality of management team and investors, margins, market size and key partnerships.
Today, the Massachusetts-based startup has launched a new product that’s claiming to take app analytics to the next level.
uTest has accomplished the seemingly impossible: It can now quantify the quality of the apps for iOS and Android.
Boston-based uTest just announced a new product, Applause. It’s a mobile app analytics service that has two key advantages. It works across Apple’s App Store and Google Play and it gives an easy-to-understand score...
Launched as a desktop platform only late 2008, uTest has managed to become one of the biggest ongrowing communities of its niche (with a few major acquisitions and funds alongside)...We have tried a few Bug testing platforms, but found the uTest App to make them all eat dust.
uTest has been recognized as the 16th fastest growing private company in the United States – and the 2nd among all IT service companies — on the 2012 Inc. 500 list.
Bloomberg Television's Deirdre Bolton interviews uTest CEO Doron Reuveni live on "Money Moves" about the company's acquisition of Apphance, it's rapid growth and the current state of the mobile app market.
US testing company uTest has acquired Polish mobile app testing tools provider Apphance in a deal that's thought to be the biggest of its kind in the country.
Some consolidation in the area of companies that offer tools to mobile developers, specifically in the area of quality testing — a must-have for developers working in the highly fragmented world of smartphones and tablets. Boston-based uTest has made its first strategic acquisition: Poland-based Apphance, which it is buying from its parent company Polidea in a seven-figure deal, consisting of cash and uTest equity for Polidea.
Software testing firm uTest has made its first acquisition, of a Polish company with complementary technology, bringing uTest past the 100-employee mark, the company said Wednesday..
The partnership provides Appcelerator’s mobile developers with access to uTest’s suite of mobile app testing services – including functional, usability and security testing.
Under the terms of agreement, uTest's in-the-wild testing will be paired with Amdocs' testing services. By utilizing both uTest's and Amdocs' testing offerings, communications service providers can rapidly launch new services with higher quality than ever before.
uTest, a company known for providing a variety of testing solutions for desktop, web and mobile, is launching a new solution designed to grade mobile apps’ performance under real-world conditions, and then compare the app’s rating with that of its competition.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a giant global megacompany or a brand-new startup. Software that works perfectly in the lab can (and will) break in the wild. And once you enter mobile, testing software on different devices, platforms, carriers, regions and scenarios will push the quality assurance (“QA”) departments of even companies with the greatest resources to the breaking point, too.
uTest, a Southborough, Mass.-based operator of a software testing marketplace, has raised $17 million in Series D funding. QuestMark Partners led the round, and was joined by return backers Scale Venture Partners, Longworth Venture Partners, Egan-Managed Capital and Mesco Ltd. The company previously raised around $20 million.
Crowdsourced app-testing startup uTest has raised $17 million in its fourth round of funding. uTest commands a community of more than 45,000 professional testers from 180 countries and helps companies like Google, Microsoft and Intuit extensively test software applications in real-world conditions.
uTest, which provides software developers with a variety of testing services for their Web, desktop and mobile applications, has raised $17 million in Series D funding in a round led by QuestMark Partners. The new capital will be used to launch new tools to aid developers, and to open more offices in the United States – namely Seattle, Chicago, Los Angeles and Dallas (for starters).
In the wake of news recently that software and computers are being compromised by hackers and rogue states left right and centre (not to mention the recent attacks on Citibank and Sony) it’s clearly going to make sense that your systems are well checked out...
Software testing firm uTest is teaming up with Mozilla to create a test case management system that will aid startups and smaller companies. Though the system is yet to be built, users can expect a free download of the open source system from Mozilla, according to a news release from Southborough-based uTest.
Microsoft turned to uTest in 2009 when it needed 100+ testers around the world to find bugs in its security software and see how it would fare in places like China, India, Brazil, and Russia before being released. uTest has more than 33,000 testers in 172 countries, which means work can be done 24 hours a day, seven days a week...