View Network logs, support for iOS Entitlements, and more!

Hey Folks 😃 

Check out the new features added to LambdaTest Real Time Testing on Real devices 👇

  • Debug your apps on Android devices using Network logs and easily identify performance bottlenecks. 🔎 
  • Support for Enterprise Entitlements for iOS Apps [Beta]. Please refer to our iOS Entitlements documentation.
  • In Browser and App Testing, you can now view mobile OS subversion inside VM by selecting the Switch icon from the left control bar. 📱 

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Offline Custom Network throttling, the Home button for Android & iOS devices, and more!

Ahoy testers 😀 

Here is a quick rundown of the latest additions to real-time app testing on real devices 👇 

  • In real-time app testing, test apps in offline mode by setting all parameters (Download Speed, Upload Speed, and Latency) in the Custom network throttling profile to 0. 📶 
  • A Home button for Android and iOS devices is added to the left in-built tools for better accessibility. 🔼 


  • When running app tests, you can now view device information (Android/iOS) such as app name, OS, device name, screen size, resolution, viewport, and aspect ratio.  📳 

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Introducing the 'allowHosts' capability in LambdaTest Tunnel!

Hey Testers 😀 

With the latest tunnel binary release, we have added a new capability -allowHosts to provide domains that will be resolved from the LambdaTest Tunnel binary and the rest from the LambdaTest servers.

Using the -allowHosts capability will reduce latency during test execution as data will be transferred from the tunnel client. Additionally, you can use this to control the flow of traffic from a user's network.

–allowHosts <comma_separated_domains>

Shown below is an example of -allowHosts capability 👇 

./LT  --user <username> --key <secret> –allowHosts google.com,apple.com, amazon.com 

New browsers, and an App Engine to display supported devices

Hey Testers 👋 

Test on the latest browsers in Real Time Testing and Screenshot Testing 🌐 

REAL TIME TESTING

  • Edge 100 Beta, 99
  • Firefox 99, 98

SCREENSHOT TESTING

  • Chrome 99 
  • Firefox 98 
  • Edge 99

REAL TIME APP TESTING

We have rolled out a new feature called App Engine for real-time app testing on emulators and simulators to detect if your app is compatible with the device OS. In this way, you can see the supported devices for the apps you upload by enabling the App Engine toggle. 

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View Crash and Network logs, Long press gesture, & more!

Hey Testers 😀 

Discover the major additions to live-interactive app testing 👇 

  • Sample images in the gallery are now available to test on real devices.
  • You can view Crash and Network logs in Device App logs.
  • In Android, you can simulate the long-press gesture by long-pressing the mouse click or trackpad, while in iOS you can do so by:

         - macOS - cmd+left click

         - Windows - Ctrl+left click

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