When you have created an app, it is important to audit its code to identify any problems that need fixing. An app developer will analyse your code and produce a report listing any problems, screenshots (if appropriate) and a recommended action to fix the problem. You will receive this report in an Excel format.ENQUIRE NOW
When you want to discover any problems with your app code
When you want to improve your app code
Any problems or issues with the code of your app can cause bugs which could damage the functionality of the app and negatively impact the user experience.
To ensure your app is performing correctly, you can audit your current app code to identify any bugs, allow you to see if your app can support new features, and inform the future development of your app.
An app developer will conduct an audit on your app code, identifying any issues and recommending actions to fix them.
The process begins by completing a briefing questionnaire to clarify your objectives. This briefing will be visible to all the team members involved with delivering the research and is the foundation for all our quality checks. We will need access to your developer account, CMS and database (if applicable) so that we can download your app code.
An app developer, under the supervision of your project manager, will conduct an audit on your app code. They will produce an Excel file listing any bugs, compatibility issues or user experience issues found, screenshots of the relevant app screen if the code is causing a visual problem, and a recommended action to fix each problem. The spreadsheet will also state which problems should have priority.
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