Desktop App Testing
Desktop and laptop sales may be down, but they still have billions of users. Those users expect their apps to work the first time and every time. With so many operating systems, platforms, languages and environments to validate, desktop app developers face a range of testing challenges when trying to bring their apps to market.
What It Is
Test your app on real computers around the world with a variety of hardware configurations to understand how your app behaves outside of the firewall of your test lab and in the world of outdated software and third-party programs.
Diverse Operating Systems
Does your app work as well on Windows XP as it does in Windows 8? Our testers have access to computers of all shapes, sizes and yes, operating systems, giving you confidence that your app always works the way you intended it to.
With the maturity of desktop apps, automation can be appealing. But the best testing strategies merge automated and manual testing. Bringing live testers and creative problem solvers into the mix helps you find more complex issues.
Learn what testing in-the-wild is all about and how it leads to better software quality. Download our FREE whitepaper on In-the-Wild Testing.
uTest Desktop Customer Spotlights
Find out why companies from startups to Fortune 500s turn to uTest to improve their desktop app quality.
Find out why the team at Microsoft Security Essentials realized testing in-house didn't provide enough covered and decided to leverage uTest before launching their anti-virus software.
With hundreds of test cases in need of execution, why did Currensee - a pioneer in crowdsourcing and Forex trading - turn to uTest for their functional testing needs?
When you produce desktop products meant to optimize people’s computers, you need to be sure everything is understandable. uTest helped ReviverSoft verify its localization efforts.
"The sheer variation of testing you can accomplish through uTest is amazing. There’s no better way to achieve this type of broad testing coverage – traditional outsourcing wouldn’t have even come close."