First in market with a global reach, cooperation with leading OEMs and 1.5M+ Android activations per day provide proof-points for Testdroid’s success among mobile ecosystem
We at Bitbar, the creator of cloud-based AndroidTM testing platform for apps and games that is used by more than a billion end-users between Android and iOS applications, are announcing today that we will bring Testdroid back to the Google I/O annual developer conference on May 15-17 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco.
We have been invited to showcase Testdroid mobile software development and testing products for all three days of the conference, as well as connect with I/O attendees developer-to-developer in the Developer Sandbox to answer questions and exchange ideas.
“During the past quarter, Bitbar reached a significant milestone: More than a billion global downloads where mobile users are enjoying the robust and fully compatible applications and games across Android devices – tested and verified with Testdroid, ” said Marko Kaasila, CEO of Bitbar.
“We’re proud to have been the first to market with this scale of cloud-based development and testing platform. In a short period of time, we’ve built an extensive list of world-class customers, and the list is growing with such great names as Rovio and SwiftKey,” Kaasila continued.
Bitbar has been working closely with various OEMs to ensure devices hosted at Testdroid cover the entirety of mobile and tablet markets. Users can access these selected devices at Testdroid for free for a limited period of time.
Bitbar will also announce Google+ sign-in to all Testdroid products.
Visit Bitbar at Google I/O and experience the live demonstration of the Testdroid product family. Google I/O is an annual developer conference featuring highly technical, in-depth sessions, and showcasing the latest from Google’s product teams and partners. The Developer Sandbox features demos from a wide range of developers who have built applications based on technologies and products that are featured at I/O.