Mobot powers real-world mobile app experience testing for some of the world's leading dev teams. See how Mobot compares to the Testlio platform below.
Human-supervised, mechanical robots to automate mobile app testing on physical devices
On-demand crowd-sourced QA testers using simulators and emulators.
With Mobot, your test cases match real-world scenarios. No virtual devices or emulators - real tapping and swiping on real devices.
Mobot has you covered, with over 200 physical iOS and Android devices. No emulators or virtual devices in the cloud.
Your dedicated Customer Success Manager reviews all results from robot testing, eliminates all noise from the data, and consults with you when necessary.
We've helped leading development teams around the world to improve their testing processes
Mobot is amazing! Great partner to make sure we don’t have any surprises when we release new versions of our SDK! This has been a huge game changer for our mobile team and has saved us and our customers a ton of time and headache.
Can’t say enough about how much better I feel with each release now that Mobot is part of the pipeline. Our stability rating for iOS is now at 100%!!!
MySwimPro members rely on us to reach their fitness goals, and we rely on Mobot to make that happen. When a swimmer is at peak performance in the final Sprint set of a 2000-meter workout, they expect the MySwimPro Coach on their Apple Watch to be at peak performance as well. To help us ensure that, the team at Mobot rolled up their sleeves and created some innovative robotic technology that had never been used for wearable QA before. They're pushing the boundaries of Mobile QA so that our members can push their fitness boundaries.
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