Media

Global Print on Demand Service

The client approached TestFort looking for a dedicated testing and QA team for their print on demand mobile application. The company was gearing up for rapid growth and a significant expansion of their product line, and it was important that the same, high level of product quality was maintained even during the faster release cycle.

The service is constantly rolling out new items to its print shop, allowing users to print on well over 1k different physical products with over 1m different design and layout options.

Moreover, since the client’s service was available as a web, iOS, and Android application, the team had to conduct testing across multiple platforms.

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Free radio streaming service

Our customer is an American radio streaming service that delivers radio station feeds and podcasts to over 75 million monthly active users. With over 100k radio stations and 4m podcasts, this service is one of the largest in the world. The application is available as a web app, mobile app, desktop clients, and in-vehicle infotainment devices.

Our team was tasked with providing testing and QA services to ensure that the application maintains its quality with a faster release cycle.

The main idea and the biggest challenge of the project was to expand the audience of the streaming service so that more people can get access to interesting and engaging content.

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Application for viewing scientific posters

We had to recreate and optimize an existing iOS application for Android devices. The client provided us with existing iOS application giving full access to its source code. We had to thoroughly review it to understand key algorithms and to write the same application for Android. The application had to be feature-packed but also easy-to-use to tackle all user needs.

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Message reader for drivers

The main objective of the project was to test the application on a late-model OnePlus device. We needed to perform the exploratory testing on Samsung S9+ to be followed by tests across a series of devices in the future. According to our client’s requirements, the test had to be done in a bluetooth enabled vehicle and not simulated with a Bluetooth headset. The app needed to be tested in both English and Russian languages. One of the biggest challenges of the project was the necessity to create test documentation and to perform tests during one week.

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Distractify

TestFort’s team was involved in every stage of the development process. We had to check all parts of the platform, including its internal processes, compatibility with different operating systems, and user-experience capabilities. As the platform has a heavy-load traffic, we needed to test its speed and performance under the workload pressure and through different devices. Also, since the application has several options for its usage, we had to check it within the different roles and user access, ensuring high data protection and security.

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