Testing Tools

We use Jira as an issue tracking and time tracking system for our company. Moreover, most of our customers use Jira, so all of our employees have experience with it.

We use cloud services to save screenshots and videos with testing games issue reports if needed, and also store test documents, share design projects, checklists, test plans, etc. in cloud services like Google Drive, Google Photos, OneDrive, Dropbox, iCloud.

We have to use VPN to access client environments or to perform web projects and mobile project localization tests from all over the world. We often use OpenVPN, TunnelBear, and HMA as VPN clients!

We use FTP servers to store large amounts of data such as application suites, design files, and site structures. In this case, our client gives us access to their FTP server to access the necessary information. Most of the time we use FileZilla as the FTP.

We use many types of testing tools depending on the type of work.

Tools

Our main tools for video game testing

Gathering logs:
Visual Studio, Dbgview, Android Debug Bridge, LogCat, DDMS, iOS Console, iTunes, iPhone Configuration Utility, iTools, Xcode, iFunbox, Reflector, netfox (iOS), chuck (Android) Mobile apps testing tools for receiving builds:
Visual Studio, Dbgview, Android Debug Bridge, LogCat, DDMS, iOS Console, iTunes, iPhone Configuration Utility, iTools, Xcode, iFunbox, Reflector, netfox (iOS), chuck (Android) Mobile app testing tool to get assemblies.

Mobile application testing tools to pick up assembly:
Testflight, Crashlytics, Hockey App, Google Play Beta Program

Issue tracking platform:
Jira, Asana, Trello, HacknPlan, Redmine, Mantis, YouTrack, Trac, Bugzilla, Visual Studio Team System

Test case management tools:
TestRail, TestCaseLab, Zephyr, Google Sheets

Analysis tools:
Amplitude, Google Analytics, New Relic, Mixpanel, Snowflake, SQLWorkbench

API test:
Swagger, Apiary, Postman, Charles Proxy, Redis

Network traffic analyzer:
Charles, Fiddler

GUI:
Invision, Zeplin, Sketch

Tools