CrossBrowserTesting Alternatives and Competitors

Get our free report covering BrowserStack, Sauce Labs, SmartBear, and other competitors of CrossBrowserTesting. Updated: January 2021.
455,301 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Read reviews of CrossBrowserTesting alternatives and competitors

reviewer1398540
SAP QA Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Aug 17, 2020
Helped us move from manual regression testing to continuous testing, with an increased scope

What is our primary use case?

Its primary function is test automation. We record the test procedures and execute them in an automatic way. It gives us reports, in a centralized way, of all the information that we need to manage test automation for the ERP system and a few other systems as well.

Pros and Cons

  • "Certify's web UI testing abilities for testing of modern applications like SAP Fiori was good when we started and they developed it to be even better. We all know that web applications can change objects in DOM quite fast and it breaks tests. To counter it Certify has made object recognition more flexible and generic, so we don't have any troubles."
  • "When it comes to mobile testing, we have a small bottleneck there. You have to buy third-party separate licenses if you want to test on a mobile. Business wise we see room for improvement there, although it's that really critical for us."

What other advice do I have?

As always, you have to know what you're trying to achieve. You also have to think about how do you model your system-under-test; how it is written, the quality requirements and standards. The key benefit comes from reusable test scripts. When it comes to Certify itself as a tool, keep your eye on objects. If you map something, keep a good inventory so you understand it and you don't put all the objects in one big basket. For me, the biggest lesson from using Certify is that you can do quite interesting and complicated things with the codeless approach. You don't really need a complicated…
Tolga Ovali
QA Analyst at Tabcorp
Real User
Top 10
Oct 21, 2020
Reduces manual testing effort, facilitates quick troubleshooting, and the support is responsive

What is our primary use case?

As a Fintech company, other than Chrome and Safari, we need to test our website regularly on IE and Edge as well. This is because our customers are dependent on legacy OS to use our web-application. LambdaTest Selenium Grid has helped us radically reduce the manual testing effort and ensure browser compatibility. Our automation engineers are able to execute Selenium scripts in their preferred language, and the cloud infrastructure has allowed us to scale our automation test cycles effortlessly. A majority of our regression suites are now automated, and thanks to LambdaTest, we are now able to… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "In case something goes wrong at LambdaTest end, the Support team is extremely responsive to analyze any platform-related issues."
  • "The analytics over the automation dashboard can be more intuitive."
Get our free report covering BrowserStack, Sauce Labs, SmartBear, and other competitors of CrossBrowserTesting. Updated: January 2021.
455,301 professionals have used our research since 2012.