In the negative app reviews, we also find that some of them complain poor app performance. Each mobile device manufacturer has its own low, mid and high-end devices. We do not see much problem with high-end devices. However, if we run a game or app on low-end devices, the performance can be very different. Testin compatibility test will give you an overview of your app performance by running it on devices of different specs. From the test result, you will have a clear idea of how to optimize your app.
In the previous section, we showed you how to interpret a compatibility test report. In this article, we will focus more on app performance.
Testin Compatibility report has two formats. You can view a demo report with the hyperlink below.
In the summary tab on online report. 03 Performance summaries show the app’s average installation and startup time, CPU, GPU, memory and data usage.
By clicking the sheet, it will guide you to the performance section of the report. In performance overview, the average installation and startup time, CPU, GPU, memory and data usage are presented in tags, each with a maximum value and a minimum value. You can view the details of the device by clicking its name.
Each performance section can be displayed in table or scatter graph. In tables, we list the five devices with the worst app performance in the test. In scatter graphs, we list the top 5 devices with best app performance. The industry benchmark is based on the test data of your app category.
For each device’s app performance data, we present the maximum, minimum and mean value during the test. For CPU and memory data, the report shows app performance based on time frame.