Dear Testdroiders,

We’re about announcing our partnership with GameBench – a company with industry’s first usability analysis and one-tap testing tool for mobile games (and some graphics-intensive apps too!) – at Game Developers Conference. We wanted to offer you a sneak-peak and heads-up on how this integration will offer you an instant way to test real performance of your mobile games at Testdroid Cloud. Today, we’ll have a guest blog about the integration by Sharif Sakr of GameBench.

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Calabash Android has wide range of predefined steps (README for steps), but sometimes there might be some step missing. Here is described few useful custom steps for Calabash Android.

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Dear Testdroiders,

It’s again the time for Game Developer Conference and naturally Testdroid team will be participating and showcasing in this great event. We’ve lots of awesome things to show you so do check out our latest improvements for mobile game development and testing. And if you want to meet up for more formal discussion, please let us know.

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Yesterday, we had a pleasure to attend the first-ever Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference held in San Francisco. Despite of little extra excitement offered by false fire alarm and SFFD making their debut in this conference, the event itself was brilliant and really backs up the claims that Yahoo is now seriously interested in mobile.

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Dear Testdroiders,

Mobile app users and gamers are more demanding than ever before. According to McKinsey and their analysts, the application related revenues have reached $25 billion already in 2013 and are on the way to reach more than $70 billion by 2017. In this study, the APIs were the focus of those revenue estimations but there are lots of other things that impact in those future revenues as well. But without the right approach it can be challenging for app developers to deliver new releases, better UX and features. Ever wondered why certain successful app developers update their apps DAILY – and why their users just love it?

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