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I am looking to purchase one of these tools for Mobile testing for my team. It should support Native, hybrid, and responsive app testing. It should also feature debugging, parallel execution, automation testing/easy integration with automation testing tools like Selenium, and the capability to provide availability of devices specifically for us to use at any time with good speed of performing all these activities.

I have already used Perfecto mobile, and Sauce Labs in my other projects before. I want to know how different or better is AWS Device farm in usage and how advantageous it would be for us to use it over other mentioned tools

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Jaymie Falconi
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Pros of CrossBrowserTesting
Pros of Sauce Labs
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    • 59
      Selenium-compatible
    • 46
      Webdriver compatible
    • 35
      Video recordings of every test
    • 31
      Qa
    • 29
      Mobile support
    • 26
      Any programming language
    • 23
      Developer tools
    • 21
      Test local and firewalled servers
    • 20
      Jenkins integration
    • 18
      Pristine VMs
    • 17
      CI Compatible
    • 11
      Appium support
    • 9
      Parallel testing
    • 8
      Rapid environment preparation
    • 7
      Easy testing on almost any device
    • 7
      Allows me to Focus more test automation rather than IT
    • 7
      Mobile device support
    • 6
      Secure testing and easy setup
    • 5
      Easy setup with CI and fast automated tests
    • 5
      Quick support response
    • 4
      Fast and reliable to host the automated tests
    • 4
      Easy to setup and understand,
    • 3
      Easy onboarding, do not need to manager VMs/OS/Browsers
    • 3
      Easy setup and integration with Travis Ci
    • 3
      Maintained browser matrix
    • 2
      Generous free trial
    • 2
      Easy. Straightforward. Scalable
    • 2
      Great way to integrate test suite on cloud
    • 2
      Hany for platform testing
    • 2
      Teamcity Integration and mobile testing win
    • 2
      Great documentation
    • 2
      Simplicity of Sauce-connect
    • 2
      Efficient tool to verify product quality
    • 1
      It's great for my QA work
    • 1
      QE support
    • 1
      Secure testing
    • 1
      Stable
    • 1
      Very Good, Quick, flexible Infrastructure Support
    • 1
      Amazing service to do cloud cross browser testing
    • 1
      Depth of integrations
    • 1
      Because of its cloud based support for appium
    • 1
      Manuals are not very well versed for beginners
    • 1
      Cheaper than browserstack
    • 1
      Having this available for CI servers is fantastic
    • 1
      Awesome tech support
    • 1
      Easy setup, Works great with selenium.
    • 0
      Simple to set up and integrate so many browser configs

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    Cons of CrossBrowserTesting
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        Expensive
      • 1
        Relatively slow

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      What is CrossBrowserTesting ?

      It's implemented to ensure a website's functionality and design and includes testing a range of devices and operating systems being used in the market and customer base.

      What is Sauce Labs?

      Cloud-based automated testing platform enables developers and QEs to perform functional, JavaScript unit, and manual tests with Selenium or Appium on web and mobile apps. Videos and screenshots for easy debugging. Secure and CI-ready.

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      What are some alternatives to CrossBrowserTesting and Sauce Labs?
      LambdaTest
      A cloud-based automated cross browser testing platform. LambdaTest allows you to perform automation testing on a scalable, secure, and reliable Selenium Grid online. It provides access to the network of 2000+ real browsers and OSes.
      BrowserStack
      Live, Web-Based Browser Testing Instant access to all real mobile and desktop browsers. Say goodbye to your lab of devices and virtual machines.
      TestComplete
      It is an automated UI testing tool that makes it fast and easy to create, maintain, and execute functional tests across desktop, web, and mobile applications. With TestComplete, you can increase test coverage and ensure you ship high-quality, battle-tested software
      Selenium
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      Karma
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