Game testing outfit contributes to collective's 'Essentials of Mobile App Testing' report

VMC Game Labs backs AQuA with app QA advice

QA outfit VMC Game Labs has given its support to the AQuA mobile app standards collective by co-authoring a new report on best testing apps.

AQuA, a non-profit initiative gathering numerous individuals and companies in the mobile space, was conceived to aid developers in understand best practices for releasing a quality application.

The newly published report, available here at AQuA’s website, hopes to guide developers in crafting quality robust apps.

“According to ABI Research, over 70 billion apps will be downloaded in 2013. It is our goal to help ensure quality in as many apps as we can, on behalf of our clients,” said Jon Atkinson, senior program manager at VMC Game Labs

“The information outlined in AQuA’s ‘Essentials of Mobile App Testing’ provides a guideline for achieving quality in mobile application development. We are committed to help companies understand and meet these quality standards for their mobile apps.”

VMC Game Labs is also one of the founding companies of providing third-party verification in support of the Quality Application Directory criteria, AQuA’s listing of apps that have met the AQuA Testing Criteria.

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