- The iOS VM is a simulator.
- The Android VM is the official Google Android Emulator, which runs on a computer instead of a phone. This means Android testing closely reflects the behavior on a physical device.
Yes, as long as you provide a link for the testers to download the images to the device. Also, there is a set of stock images ready for use on the VMs.
Yes. You can play in-app videos on our mobile VMs.
No. Our mobile VMs are not equipped with VoIP functionality.
Currently, we support cameras for Android emulators but not iOS. Our mobile VMs come preloaded with a set of photos in the image gallery.
Yes. You can set the geolocation the traffic routes through. For more information, see Which IP Addresses Do Rainforest Tests Come From?.
Note: As an alternative, you can instruct the testers to configure the GPS settings of the VM they’re using for region testing.
No. Neither the iOS nor Android VMs has a mobile number assigned to them. However, Rainforest offers customers dedicated SMS numbers that testers can use. These numbers are for tests that require receiving messages at a specific phone number and are preconfigured in the database. An example is two-factor authentication (2FA).
No. Currently, we don’t support testing degraded data coverage.
If you have any questions, reach out to us at [email protected].
Updated about 1 month ago