This post was originally published at Cost-effective QA for your mobile games

Everyone loves 5-star ratings for their apps and games and hates getting 1-star ratings. Bad ratings and reviews are a death sentence for a new game. One way to help prevent these bad ratings is to thoroughly test your app. Many new developers are in such a rush to get published, they don’t spend as much time testing their apps as they should.

In this blog post by Kaushal Singh, a QA manager at Keywords Studios, he goes over basic testing strategies you should employee during your development. It covers testing that should be done during various development and release states before you make your game public.

Hopefully, armed with this information you can improve your app testing which will result in higher rankings and your success.

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This post was originally published at Cost-effective QA for your mobile games