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Kobiton vs pCloudy: What are the differences?

Kobiton: A mobile cloud platform that enables users to perform manual or automated testing. It enables developers and testers to perform automated and manual testing of mobile apps and websites on real devices Modern DevOps and Quality environments require apps to be tested on hundreds of device/OS/browser combinations. Managing an in-house device-lab is expensive, resource intensive, restrictive and very manual.

Kobiton allows for instant provisioning of real devices for testing with automated or manual scripts, and also allows current on-premise devices to be plugged in to form a holistic testing cloud.; pCloudy: A mobile application testing platform. It is a smart mobile app testing solution that lets developers ensure their users enjoy a smooth and consistent experience. With it, developers can access manual and automated testing options to facilitate the swift debugging of their applications.

Kobiton and pCloudy can be categorized as "Mobile Testing Frameworks" tools.

Some of the features offered by Kobiton are:

  • Automated or manual tests on real devices
  • Rich test logs
  • Public, Private or Hybrid cloud support

On the other hand, pCloudy provides the following key features:

  • Device Pool
  • Test Automation Scripts
  • Parallel Scripts
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What is Kobiton?

It enables developers and testers to perform automated and manual testing of mobile apps and websites on real devices. Modern DevOps and Quality environments require apps to be tested on hundreds of device/OS/browser combinations. Managing an in-house device-lab is expensive, resource intensive, restrictive and very manual. Kobiton allows for instant provisioning of real devices for testing with automated or manual scripts, and also allows current on-premise devices to be plugged in to form a holistic testing cloud.

What is pCloudy?

It is a smart mobile app testing solution that lets developers ensure their users enjoy a smooth and consistent experience. With it, developers can access manual and automated testing options to facilitate the swift debugging of their applications.

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What are some alternatives to Kobiton and pCloudy?
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BrowserStack
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BitBar
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AWS Device Farm
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Appium
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