Firebase Test Lab
Test your app on devices hosted in a Google data center.
Firebase Test Lab is a cloud-based app testing infrastructure that lets you test your app on a range of devices and configurations, so you can get a better idea of how it'll perform in the hands of live users.
For instructions about running tests with Test Lab, visit our Getting Started guides:
|Test both Android and iOS apps
|Run tests on a wide range of Android and iOS devices hosted by Test Lab, including virtual Android test devices that run on faster Arm hosts.
|Run on real devices
|Test Lab exercises your app on devices installed and running in a Google data center, so you can find issues that only occur on specific devices and configurations.
|Test Lab is integrated with the Firebase console, Android Studio, and the gcloud CLI. You can also use it with Continuous Integration (CI) systems.
How does it work?
Test Lab uses real, production devices running in a Google data center to test your app. The devices are flashed with updated APIs and have customizable locale settings, allowing you to road-test your app on the hardware and configurations it'll encounter in real-world use.
Overview of implementation path
|Get your app ready for testing
|Choose test devices and a test matrix
|Using one of our integrated tools, define your test matrix by selecting a set of devices, OS versions, locales, and screen orientations.
|Run your test and review test results
|Run your test using our available tools. Depending on the size of your test matrix, it can take several minutes for Test Lab to run your tests. After your tests finish, you can see the results in the Firebase console.
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