Is your app done? Is it complete? Didn’t forget anything? Or testing an app someone else created? The problem is – what to test, where to start and not to miss important things. Maybe this quick checklist can help you cover the basics. It was created by using information from the App Fast Track team. First here is the brief checklist, then we go a bit more into detail.

  1. User Experience
  2. Navigation and App bars
  3. Network
  4. Suspend mode
  5. Search
  6. Share
  7. Settings
  8. Scaling
  9. Interaction
  10. Tile and Notification
  11. Touch, keyboard and mouse
  12. Windows App Certification Kit (WACK)
  13. Performance

This information is also available in PDF format including a checklist for testing an app.

=> This is an awesome blog post from my colleague Martin Tirion. Please read the full version under General test of a Windows App – Microsoft User Experience Blog.

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