Debug Your Android Apps With adb Shell

We now support Android Debug Bridge (adb) shell in Real Device App Testing, allowing you to run supported adb shell commands directly on Android devices during app testing sessions. 

With this, you can get direct device interactions by accessing native device capabilities and the ability to customize test cases through supported adb shell commands.

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New: AI Copilot Dashboard for Test Analytics

Meet our latest AI Copilot Dashboard for test insights that enhance decision-making by allowing you to interact with dashboards through intuitive questions, uncovering essential insights. 

With AI Copilot Dashboard, you can get the analysis of performance metrics, trends, and forecasts, providing a streamlined experience that simplifies complex data into actionable steps. 

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Now Test Your Mobile Apps on Android 15

LambdaTest real device cloud now supports Android 15 (Beta) on Google Pixel 6 Pro!

 

With this, you can:

  • Test your mobile applications on the latest Android 15.
  • Ensure compatibility on Pixel 6 Pro devices.
  • Leverage the newest features and improvements of Android 15.

Start testing your apps today to stay ahead of the curve and deliver the best experience to your users. 

Now Test on the Latest iPad Air and Pro – 11 & 13

You can now test your iOS apps on the brand new iPad Air and Pro (11 & 13-inch) with LambdaTest real device cloud. 

Say goodbye to your in-house device labs! Run both manual and automated tests at scale to ensure a seamless user experience across these devices:

  • iPad Air 11 (2024)
  • iPad Air 13 (2024)
  • iPad Pro 11 (2024)
  • iPad Pro 13 (2024) 

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Upcoming Changes: Supported Appium Versions for Real Devices

Starting June 1st, 2024, only the following versions will be compatible with real device testing. Therefore, we recommend you check and update your test scripts accordingly.

Supported Appium Versions:

Updates:

Latest Version: We will update the latest version for both Android and iOS platforms. The latest version will be kept up-to-date with the latest stable releases of Appium Versions. 

Default Version: A new default version (2.2.1) will be supported when the user does not explicitly specify a version.

For more information, please check our guide, Supported Appium Versions.

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Boost Team Collaboration And Productivity With Team Management

With the all-new Team Management feature, enhance team collaboration across your organization's automation testing efforts. By enabling isolated testing environments, this functionality streamlines workflow and improves productivity within teams.


Here's why Team Management can be a game changer for your automation testing efforts:
  • Organized Test Management: Easily group users and their corresponding tests based on specific projects, teams, or departments to keep your testing environment structured and efficient.
  • Improved Visibility and Control: Administrators can now manage user access to specific test data, ensuring that sensitive or confidential tests are protected from unauthorized access.
  • Enhanced Team Collaboration: This feature fosters better communication and knowledge sharing within teams, enabling a more integrated and informed testing process.

📕 Refer to our comprehensive Team Management documentation to know more!

Important Updates 

For app automation: Starting April 15, 2024, all users within an organization will have the ability to view all test results run by any team member across the organization. To maintain confidentiality and control over test visibility, it is recommended to utilize the new Teams feature.

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New Custom Widgets in Analytics for Real Device

With the latest updates to Test Analytics for Real Device, we have now provided you with a deeper understanding of your testing activities. The release includes enhancements to custom widgets in Analytics for Real Device. 

The following are the new custom widgets added in Analytics for Real Device:

  • Concurrency Trends: This provides detailed insight into how your resources are distributed across parallel tasks and how they are utilized.
  • Browser Testing Summary: This widget allows you to view the total number of tests, categorized by their status, and provides a quick assessment of your web browser testing capabilities.
  • App Testing Summary: For mobile app testing, you can now see a clear picture of the test results by grouping tests by their status.
  • Browser Testing OS and Device: Using this analysis, you can gain insight into the overall distribution of browser tests across different operating systems and devices. 
  • App Testing OS and Device: App testing now provides detailed distribution data for tests on different operating systems and devices, ensuring your mobile applications deliver a seamless user experience.
  • Browser Testing Trends: This platform allows you to analyze the trends of testing executed on the platform for browser testing, providing you with valuable insight into how your testing strategies evolve over time.
  • App Testing Trends: The widget will provide a clear picture of the trends in app testing. This will еnable you to adjust your tеsting approachеs based on historical data and forеcastеd patterns.

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