|The information below concerns legacy mobile tests that work with mobile devices connected to the local computer. For new mobile tests, we recommend using the newer cloud-compatible approach.|
This topic lists common tasks you may need to accomplish when creating and running tests for mobile applications.
Common Tasks Specific to the Android and iOS Platforms
Describes how to work with data of GPS and other sensors in your tests.
Describes how to determine whether the current mobile device is an Android or an iOS device.
Explains how to retrieve the version of operating system installed on a mobile device.
Describes how to determine the screen resolution of a mobile device.
Describes how to determine whether the device is in portrait or landscape mode.
Describes how to simulate screen rotation in your tests.
Explains how to capture a screenshot of a mobile device's screen.
Describes how to execute the same test on multiple mobile devices.
Describes several approaches to adapting mobile tests to mobile devices of different types.
Common Tasks Specific to the Android Platform
Explains how to access files and folders on an Android device.
Explains how to retrieve the battery charge level.
Explains how to change device settings during a test.