The Mobile & Web Test Coverage Index | Summer 2019 | Perfecto

Announcing the Release of the Summer 2019 Mobile & Web Test Coverage Index

//Announcing the Release of the Summer 2019 Mobile & Web Test Coverage Index

If you make your living building or testing applications, you know the market is constantly changing. And there’s one question you can’t avoid.

Which platforms do I need to test against to make sure I’m not missing something important?

Perfecto continuously scans the market and maps out shifts and developments throughout the year. Why? Because building these market events into your planning cycle reduces risk and helps keep your customers happy.

And that’s exactly why we made the Mobile & Web Test Coverage Index (formerly Factors Magazine).

Create a Test Coverage Strategy Customized to Your Audience

The latest index issue for the summer of 2019 dives into the emerging trends impacting developers, QA professionals, and DevOps teams alike. It also breaks down the most used phones and top web browsers around the world — so you can create a test coverage strategy that mitigates risk and targets the most popular devices among your audience.

Plus, you’ll get device release calendars that prepare your team for what’s to come.

So if you’ve been curious if you’re testing on the right devices, operating systems, or browsers for your unique audience, wonder no more.

Get Your Copy Today

See for yourself. Dive into the data and download your free copy of the Mobile & Web Test Coverage Index today.

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About the Author:

Eran Kinsbruner is the Chief Evangelist at Perfecto and Author of the Digital Quality Handbook and Continuous Testing for DevOps Professionals books. He is formerly the CTO for mobile testing and Texas Instruments project manager at Matrix, Eran has been in testing since 1999 with experience that includes managing teams at ADT, Sun Microsystems, General Electric, and NeuStar. You can find Eran on Facebook, Twitter @ek121268, LinkedIn, and on his professional continuous testing blog at

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