How to make sure an Android App works on most smartphones?

by Maxood » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 20:36:16 GMT


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 How can i make sure that my android app works on majority of the
devices in the market. What testing tools do i have to use? Obviously
if there are 12 or more smartphones in the market then i cannot buy
each of them to test my app.So what should i do? Wonder if "Dvice
Anywhere"( http://www.deviceanywhere.com/ ) can help us in this regard?

Does firmware or OS version also matters (1.5,1.6, 2.0, etc.)?

Please comment and explain.

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