What is Apptim?
It empowers software testers, developers, and even product owners to easily test their mobile apps and analyze their performance to prevent any critical issues from going live. Measure app render times, power consumption, resource usage, capture crashes and more on Android and iOS devices.
Apptim is a tool in the Mobile Testing Frameworks category of a tech stack.
- A powerful mobile test dashboard at your fingertips
- Make mobile performance testing a team effort
- Trusted by 10k+ developers to do full app testing
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