What is Usetrace?
Show Usetrace's artificial user how to test your web app - and she'll handle your repetitive UI testing. Usetrace doesn't require coding, and reusable modules make tests quick to create and maintain. Save your time for development while knowing that your app works after each update.
Usetrace is a tool in the Browser Testing category of a tech stack.
Why developers like Usetrace?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Usetrace
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- No setup needed. Start immediately in your browser
- Modular parametrizable use cases
- Get reports directly in your team chat
- Test that users can receive and open emails from your webapp
- Test with Google Chrome, Firefox and IE 9-11
- Test responsive design with different screen sizes
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