MANUAL TESTING

Manual testing is the basis of QA services. It indicates an accurate analysis of your software product that originates from the initial stages of development. Manual software testing is not a more time-consuming or less efficient alternative to automation.

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Manual testing is a full-fledged checkup that provides advantages you can get only thanks to the human factor. Automation, in its turn, is always based on test cases that have been originally written for a manual checkup. Our team will completely check your software for bugs and issues to simplify the development process.

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At MagnusMinds, we are here to basically verify the consistency of the software and then manually review the conditions and features of the software. Therefore, the method of manual software testing implies a total and 100% guarantee of getting in your hand the best-tested software.

Benefits:

  • It is the only way to check app logic, swipes & shakes, CAPTCHA, and visual elements.
  • It is more convenient to rewrite test cases for manual tests. It might be necessary for dynamic projects where requirements change regularly.
  • Manual testing closely mimics a real-user behavior of mobile and web apps, so it can manage cases that are difficult to cover by automation. 
  • It is also a quick way to generate bugs caught and reported by software users.
  • It is often more cost-efficient for small and short-term projects.
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Why choose MANUAL TESTING?

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Manually Testing tests from Human Perspective

Human testers can easily detect when something looks "wrong." These visual problems are not picked up by automated test scripts. They are able to discover usability problems and user interface bugs when a tester interacts with software like a user could. For these things, automated test scripts can't test.
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Exploratory Testing can only be done Manually

Automated experiments perform only the acts you tell them to perform. They need planning and preparation for writing, which limits the test to certain limits. Such limitations mean that there is no space to depart from the written test to really "explore" the submission. "Exploratory testing (or Ad hoc Testing) helps us to answer questions such as," What happens if I do this? With little or no boundaries, it helps us to carve our own path in the test.
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Automated Tests can contain Errors and Holes

Automated test scripts can also have bugs, just as code can have bugs. This suggests that there is a possibility for automated testing to disclose false positives and false negatives. These mistakes can be avoided by adding a human touch in the research process.
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Manual Testing helps us to understand the whole problem

Over the time, Automated Testing saves time. It is good at a substantial scale to get fast results, but manual testing helps us to understand the issue on a logical and emotional level. It binds us to the end-user and takes us to a degree of empathy that is not supported by automated testing.
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