So far in 2016 there have been 9 new tools added to our testing tools directory, raising the total to 383 testing tools.
In these latest testing tools, there are new tools that allow you to monitor websites (for free), automate your mobile testing, increase your ability to test across different browsers and automate your UI integration.
StatusCake delivers feature rich, accurate global website monitoring for tens of thousands of customers.
Appium is an open source test automation framework for use with native, hybrid and mobile web apps.
Testmunk helps you scale up your app testing by introducing mobile test automation.
Spotbot takes screenshots of your web page with iOS, Android, and desktop browsers, then lets you know when changes need attention.
Tugboat lets you see work as it happens and share it with others. Developers receive better feedback instantly. Stakeholders stay connected and make decisions with confidence.
For debugging, access to live systems is indispensable. webmate provides live access to virtual machines, directly in your browser (no plugin necessary).
TestLean provides automated UI integration testing and monitoring, using a real web browser to test your website as often as every minute.
Appsee’s mobile analytics platform provides in-depth analysis of your users’ behavior, allowing you to deliver the ultimate app experience.
Sitemorse replaces sporadic, manual content assessment with cloud-based automation that can reduce content management costs by up to 12% – whilst simultaneously increasing agility, improving optimisation and reducing risk.
If you have any feedback on any of these testing tools then let me know in the comments.