Testbird Highlights The Trends And Issues In The Chinese Mobile Game Industry In Their Newest White Paper

Top Quote TestBird shares an overview of testing results for over 13,000 mobile game tests completed in the first half of 2015. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 27, 2015 - Chengdu, China - Chinese mobile app compatibility testing company TestBird, is happy to release their first English edition of their white paper reports entitled "China's Mobile Game Compatibility Testing for the First Half of 2015"

    After researching the over 13,000 games tested for the Chinese market in our labs, this 66-page report presents information about the current trends in the Chinese game market as well as information about common issues for apps developed for mobile devices sold in China and abroad.

    Developers and others who would like a full copy can receive one by following this link here.

    Some of the white paper highlights contain the following:
    -Over 50% of Chinese mobile games developed this year are from two different genres
    -Over 90% of games being developed in China need internet connectivity
    -Samsung and HiSilicon CPU chip sets scored the highest in compatibility (13% and 12% failure respectfully) with Spreadstrum rating three times as poorly
    -50% Increase in compatibility issues with apps averaging 65 issues among the hundreds of phones testing the game.
    -And much more…

    TestBird will be sharing results during their presentation at Game Connection in Lion, France, 11:00 am on October 28 in Room 5. The company will also be offering a free 100 device testing service to attendees of the event as well as those interested from their website: en.testbird.com

    TestBird is China's #1 mobile game testing company due to their hundreds of phones available to developers to use for compatibility testing, enabling a broader ability to reach more gamers and deter bugs that would deter retention in their game, doing so in as little as 24 hours and at a smaller cost than with conventional compatibility testing. Because of our experience with thousands of mobile games in China, we were invited to share their knowledge at the conference.

    For press inquiries and a copy of the white paper, please contact Luke ( @ ) testbird dot com

    About TestBird:
    Founded in 2013 by Mr. Li Wei, former president of GSM Research and Development of Huawei Wireless, along with former Huawei employees acting as key members of TestBird's management, TestBird today is the largest mobile functional and cloud testing group in the world. TestBird's team of experienced employees have years of experience helping mobile game companies in the support of testing management, automated tools, mobile internet operations, and publishing

    Visit our English website at http://en.testbird.com

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