As part of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) taking place in Barcelona next week, four Israeli companies are nominated for awards in the Global Mobile Awards competition. Navigation app Waze is nominated for Best Mobile App, Isracard’s mobile app is nominated for Best NFC/ Mobile Money Product or Service, uTest is nominated for Best Enterprise Mobile Service and Intucell (recently acquired by Cisco for $475m), is nominated for Best Mobile Infrastructure.
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Israeli company uTest, which supplies crowdsourcing-based QA services, was selected by financial magazine Forbes as the eighth most promising company in America. The list, published on Forbes’ website, ranks 100 companies, all privately held, fast growing and operating in a fast-growing market.
uTest, the provider of software testing services, has acquired mobile app quality tools company Apphance, from its parent company, Polidea, for a few million dollars. Exact financial details of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition enables uTest to combine all-in-one tools for build distribution, crash reporting and in-app user feedback with its testing services. uTest was founded in 2007 by CEO Doron Reuveni and VP product Roy Solomon. It is based in the US with presence in Israel.
Software testing company uTest announced it has launched AppGrader – a free automated testing tool for Android that shows developers how well their app functions under real-world conditions on popular devices in the US. After uploading a mobile app to AppGrader, developers receive a customized report with their app grade on a scale of 1 to 100, as well as any issues discovered during app download, installation and basic usage. uTest provides software testing services with a community of more than 50 thousand testers from 188 countries.