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Test your apps on Online Android Emulators - without code or setup.

With Testsigma, you can access online Android emulators to test your apps on multiple legacy and brand-new Android device configurations, screen sizes, and operating systems — without setup, maintenance, or code.

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Faster Test Development

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Reduced Testing Effort

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Deliver flawless experiences
to your Android users with every release
Test your native, hybrid, and web-based Android apps on online Android emulators, continuously available to you on a high-availability cloud, in just 3 steps.
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Upload your Android app APK file to Testsigma

Just sign up for Testsigma, and go to Test Development -> Uploads to upload your Android app .apk file

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Automate Android testing in simple English

Write or record-and-generate one script for testing your Android apps against different Android simulators online, in simple English.

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Run tests on the online Android emulators

Reduce build times exponentially by parallelising your Android app testing across a high availability cloud of 3000+ devices and browsers.

Built for advanced Android testing

Testsigma′s online Android emulator cloud is highly configurable to simulate different real-world usage conditions. Test your Android app′s performance like your users will.

Network Simulation

Network Simulation

Test your Android app's functionalities under different network conditions against different real devices and Android emulators and simulators online.

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GPS Simulation

GPS Simulation

Test your Android app's functionalities in different locations against different real devices and Android emulators and simulators online.

Test on multiple Android versions

Test on multiple Android versions

Test against different versions of Android operating systems.

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Multiple Android screen sizes and resolutions

Multiple Android screen sizes and resolutions

Test against multiple screen sizes and resolutions of various devices with different screen sizes and resolutions using online Android simulators.

Device Rotation

Device Rotation

Rotate the device and test your Android apps in both portrait and landscape modes.

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Debugging

Debugging

Identify and fix issues in your app's code during testing by taking over test execution.

Cloud-Based, Low-Code Platform
for End-to-End testing

One platform to test web, mobile, desktop apps, and APIs

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Authoring

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Plain English tests

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Reusable step groups

Custom Add-ons

Test
Management

Requirements Management

Version Control

Review Management

User and Role Management

Test Data Maintenance

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Execution

Cloud Device Farm

Local Testing

Parallel Execution

Scheduled Runs

Agent Control

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Seamlessly fits into your testing workflow

Test at DevOps speed by integrating Testsigma with your favourite tools for continuous delivery

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Android emulator?

Have you ever wondered how developers and testers create and test Android apps without having to use physical devices all the time? That's where an Android emulator comes in handy. It's a software program that simulates the functions of an Android device on a computer. With an emulator, you can run Android apps and games on your desktop or laptop and test their performance.

What are the benefits of using online Android emulators?

How are emulators related to testing?