This is the very practical questions that will be asked in your job interviews on mobile app testing, on can you explain the important defects which you logged during app testing. Here are the some of the critical defects logged during mobile app testing
User Interface (UI) or User Experience (UX) issues such as misaligned or overlapping buttons, slow-loading pages, or incorrect fonts can significantly affect the user experience.
Mobile applications and devices are available in a variety of configurations and versions, so compatibility issues may arise if the application is not compatible with specific devices, OS versions, or hardware.
Mobile devices have limited resources compared to desktops, so the application may face issues such as slow loading times, unresponsive pages, or poor battery life.
The application should be able to function seamlessly on both Wi-Fi and cellular networks. Connectivity issues can arise if the application does not work well with poor network conditions.
Mobile applications are highly prone to security threats such as data breaches, unauthorized access, and malware infections. Testers must ensure that the application is secure and follows all security standards.
An application that consumes excessive battery life can lead to poor user experience, which is a critical bug.
Memory leakage occurs when an application does not free up the memory space used during its operation, leading to an application crash.
Issues related to notifications, such as missing or delayed notifications, can significantly impact user engagement and lead to dissatisfaction.