Test your mobile apps and websites on a range of Android devices
Test across a comprehensive range of real Android devices and tablets on Pie (9.0), Oreo (8.x), Nougat (7.x), Kitkat (4.x) etc.
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Real Android Device Cloud
Test your website and mobile apps on real devices without the hassle of maintaining device labs. Instant, browser-based access to the latest and most popular Android devices.
Comprehensive Android versions
Choose from our exhaustive range of Android devices like Pixel, Nexus, Galaxy, etc. running on Pie (9.0), Oreo (8.0), Nougat (7.1, 7.0), Marshmallow (6.0), Lollipop (5.0, 5.1), Kitkat (4.4, 4.3) etc.
Debug with ease
Debug your Android apps & websites instantly using device logs, browser console and network logs, crash logs, video recordings and screenshots for every test you run.
Test development servers
Test your native, hybrid and mobile apps on internal dev and staging environments by utilizing the secure, encrypted BrowserStack tunnel. No set-up required.
Easily Integrate BrowserStack with Android test automation frameworks like Espresso, Appium, etc. to run your automated Android tests.
Speed up test runs
Release Android builds faster by running tests concurrently across devices. Reduce test execution time by more than 10x by using the parallel tests on BrowserStack device cloud.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is testing on Android Devices critical?
Android operating system is the market leader in the mobile OS industry with a whopping 76% market share when compared to iOS, KaiOS and a few others. With seamless performance, security features, and regular updates, Android is continually proving to be the most preferred platform for mobile users. Given Android’s huge market share, it becomes vital to test applications on Android devices. Test Now on Android Devices.
Why is it critical to test apps and websites on different versions on Android?
The Android user base of over 2 billion monthly active users is spread across different versions like Android 5.0 Lollipop, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Android 7.0 Nougat, Android 8.0 Oreo and the most recent version Android 9.0 Pie. Each of these has over a 10% platform distribution. Given this, it becomes extremely crucial to ensure that websites and apps perform well on different versions of Android.
What is Android App Testing?
Android App testing is a process of testing the functionality and performance of the developed mobile application across various Android devices with an intention to discover and resolve the bugs before publishing it.
How to test APK Online?
One can easily test an Android App online using BrowserStack App Live by directly uploading the apk file from a computer or choosing an app directly from Google Play. Test APK Online Now.
How does BrowserStack help users to test on Android Devices online?
BrowserStack provides a range of real Android devices like Samsung, Google Pixel, OnePlus to test on. Once a user logs in, the App Live dashboard provides a range of options for the user to test their Android app on. Additionally, users can test their websites on different browsers running on the Android platform, by going to the Live dashboard and picking an Android device.
Teams can also automate their tests for Android devices and integrate with CI/CD tools like CircleCI, TeamCity, Jenkins using our plugins. Get Started Free with Real Android Devices.
How to test an android app on a real device using BrowserStack?
Users need to follow these simple steps to test an android app on a real device:
- Sign up on BrowserStack App-Live for a free trial.
- Upload your App through Playstore or directly upload your APK file from your system.
- Choose the desired Android device and get started!