Alpha and Beta-testing
on Android devices
Types of Android application testing
Google also provides developers with three different options to test their native Android apps:
This choice is ideal for early application building (when you don't want the broad audience seeing your application).
Also, engineering and quality assurance team members conduct alpha-testing, i.e., no external users allowed. Alpha-testing enables knowing if the concept of an application is viable. It can also identify and repair the most critical bugs that keep the Android app from running.
Your team can now expand its focus group. You can include product owners, suppliers, or most trusted customers. There are two forms of beta-test–closed and open.
Closed beta-test means creating a test group in Google+ or sending testers invites via e-mail. It helps you keep track of who can access your application and check its new build.