What is TestFairy?
When testing apps in the crowd, you never know what exactly was done, and what went wrong on the client side. TestFairy shows you a video of the exact test that was done, including CPU, memory, GPS, network and a lot more.
TestFairy is a tool in the Beta Testing / Mobile App Distribution category of a tech stack.
Who uses TestFairy?
7 companies use TestFairy in their tech stacks, including All Events in City, BillGuard, and Devotee.
4 developers use TestFairy.
GitHub, Slack, Jenkins, Jira, and Travis CI are some of the popular tools that integrate with TestFairy. Here's a list of all 11 tools that integrate with TestFairy.
Why developers like TestFairy?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use TestFairy
- App distribution
- Video recording
- Crash handler
- Community pages and landing pages
- Remote logging
- Performance monitoring
- Customer feedback
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