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App Performance with AppAchhi Report – Feature list

By | October 16th, 2017|Categories: Android Performance Testing|Tags: , , , , , , , |

App Performance Testing influential Factors Focus area for Android App Performance Memory Analysis

What do inefficient app development companies do?

By | October 16th, 2017|Categories: Testing Concepts|

As of today (16th October 2017) we serve about 1250+ app owners, developers and QA. We have had the pleasure to interact with at least 300+ app development companies. When we say interact - we have actively engaged them - asking them for their testing pain points, app quality pain points, their uninstall rates due to app quality, crashes, and performance issues. Also having tested the app they signed up we also discover the quality of their app. A key [...]

Interview with the ‘First Google Certified Android developer in the world’.

By | October 12th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

What is it that triggered a change in you ? At what point in your life did you know that 'This is what I want to do' Apparently what fascinated a sixth grade kid were the colours use in C programs his brother would show off. Hari Vignesh Jayapalan was only in the sixth grade when he knew he had a calling towards the functionality of computers , Its our pleasure to interview the 'First Google certified Android developer in the [...]

A developer in a start up: Goals

By | October 5th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

All my stories so far have been of founders and ceo's who had a dream and with sheer perseverance they reached the point they are in right now.These dreams wouldn't have been possible if they didn't have the right team. This blog is for every individual in a team. Each member in a team has a story, a reason they are there. "One fine afternoon when I came back home from school, my father was waiting for me with a [...]

The sound of Musicmuni – An Indian musical app story.

By | September 28th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

“I was caught bare handed by Music” Music is magic it makes you feel alive, and for some it is also the reason they are alive. This disciplined form of art has its own beauty that many crave to learn, to understand and to also get trained, however its only possible for a few lucky ones to get trained formally. Blame it on time constraints or lack of the right source.Luckily for us we live in an age where almost [...]

If your tired of mobile network providers, you need to tiktik.

By | September 21st, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

I recently travelled to my hometown after a really long time, its actually located at a remote area in Kerala . Everything was fine except for one thing , no network , no connection whatsoever.When I asked a few locales they told me things like “You see that banyan tree , you can get it there”My reaction was not that great but I headed there anyways . It looked like a call centre of its own kind,there were actually people [...]

Deep Performance Testing of Android Apps

By | September 18th, 2017|Categories: Android Performance Testing|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

We, at AppAchhi are working towards helping developers to help fix performance issues by providing detailed information of performance usage. We are extremely thankful to our users who has been helping us with their feedback and feature requests. This shows the real world problems of debugging and development challenges of the tools in the market. Sep 2017. We are introducing some great features to go deeper with performance. While we have already integrated Functional with performance exposing performance related risks [...]

An App for the students and by the students.

By | August 29th, 2017|Categories: App Startup Journeys|

College days are probably one of the most memorable days of anybodies life. The most important decisions of our life our taken at that period (what course to study ?Making friends for life,Where to party etc). An integral part of our curriculum was based on projects or lets just call it a way to spend a night at a friends place ,talking the entire night and just before dawn breaks we think about the actual reason for jamming at the [...]

Optimizing Android UI

By | August 25th, 2017|Categories: Android Performance Testing|Tags: , , , , |

Android does a lot of things to show what you are seeing on the screen. What users are seeing is code. Code talk to different system hardware and libraries to make things what it should look like on the screen. The challenges aren't any less of the same. Android apps are designed to run at 60 FPS but are the apps running at FPS? What it means not to render at FPS. Before we jump into the problems and possible [...]

Does the perfect testing tool exist ?

By | August 25th, 2017|Categories: Testing Concepts|

Mobile Applications are sometimes like the perfect dish(here we go , the foodie in me talks again but hear me out). The perfect dish usually never has the right recipe, its all according to the person who makes the dish. This dish goes through a lot of processes till it becomes so perfect. So the maker adds her  ingredients and tests it all until she believes what works for her and the dish(this ingredient later becomes the ‘SECRET’ ingredient.) The [...]