I decided last year that I needed to find out for myself what all the fuss was about owning an iPhone and take a bite of the Apple myself!
There has always been a rivalry between iPhone and Android developers/users and I’ve experienced my fair share of debates arguing which is the better platform, so being an Android developer & daily user, I thought the only way to find out myself was to buy an iPhone and experiencing the OS first hand.
The Google Cloud Test Lab first came to my attention in Google I/O 2015 and was one of announcements that was ‘coming soon’ at the time. It wasn’t until about a month ago that I received an email after signing up on the Google Test Lab website telling me that it was available to try out.
The Cloud Test Lab is made up of two features at the moment;
- Cloud Test Lab can run instrumentation tests that you write using Espresso or Robotium
- Use the Cloud Test Lab Robo test to simulate user actions and find crashes in your app