2020-05-05T06:08:00Z

What is your primary use case for BrowserStack?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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Top 5Real User

We're building two products at the same time. We're building web pages and building Android and iOS applications. After the building stage, we're going to translate it to automation. But right now, we're testing and proving tools to understand which one will work best in the future.

2021-04-16T17:45:05Z
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Top 5Real User

A lot of times we use BrowserStack because we provide QA services to our clients as part of a bigger solution. We do software consulting. We use it to test across mobile devices — actual mobile devices — so that we do not have to maintain our own collection of devices. Trying to do that would be just crazy for us because there are so many devices and so many potential combinations. We test against different combinations of operating systems, browsers, and versions of browsers. For example, we continue to test IE 11, even though that is painful for a lot of our development team. Unfortunately, we still have to support it for a lot of clients. We use BrowserStack for cross-browser testing to assure compatibility.

2020-09-16T08:18:30Z
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Consultant

We switched to BrowserStack because we didn't have enough devices so we moved to a cloud-based solution.

2020-05-05T06:08:00Z
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