pCloudy has now released a new feature called "Audio In and Audio Out". So now pCloudy supports audio interaction with the connected device. This interaction is done by playing an audio/video file to the connected device and users can hear the sound of the playing audio/video. Users can also use their voice as an input for testing using Audio In feature.
This feature can be used for Audio output testing as well as Audio input testing and it is available only for devices on which audio icon is present.To perform audio output testing just book a device on the pCloudy platform, play any audio/video file and then click on the "Audio Out" icon. For audio input testing, users can use their voice to send as an input to the device and then click on the "Audio In" icon.
The audio testing feature is not available on any other cloud-based testing platform and this gives a big advantage to pCloudy. Testers will be able to use this feature to test their app with voice commands. They will also be able to check if the app is responding with sound output for a particular function.
pCloudy is the next-gen mobile app testing platform with more than 5000 device browser combinations. Mobile app testing is critical to ensure smooth functioning and better user experience. pCloudy solves the issue of testing an app on multiple devices with different specifications and saves the user from spending big bucks on building a device lab.
Users can perform manual testing as well as automated testing on real devices in pCloudy. Users can perform network testing, local site testing, cross-browser testing, performance testing, functional testing and non-functional testing on multiple iOS and Android devices. pCloudy is integrated with most of the popular testing frameworks and tools like Appium, Espresso, Jira, GitHub, Jenkins, Android Studio, Eclipse, etc. pCloudy has a global presence and provides solutions to many Fortune 500 companies.