The Unified Testing Initiative, the group behind the hugely popular Java Verified program, has published the Unified Testing Criteria for Android applications.
If you are unfamiliar with the Unified Testing Initiative (UTI), it is an initiative led by key players of the mobile industry – such as AT&T, LG, Motorola, Nokia, Samsung and many more. Their objective is to provide guidance and useful documentation to the mobile development community.
For many years, the Java Verified certification was the standard in mobile apps testing. Now that the landscape has changed, the UTI has evolved is now setting the standard for Android apps development.
The Unified Testing Criteria for Android applications, released in March 2011, covers every aspect of Android applications: installation, interruptions, readability, performance and multiple display format handling.
If you’re planning on releasing an Android app soon, be sure to have it tested before it goes live!