Samsung Galaxy S5 Added to Keynote’s DeviceAnywhere Cloud Library
By Josh Galde | May 20, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is quickly shaping up to be one of the fastest-selling phones of all time, with PC World reporting that it had sold 11 million of the devices in the first month of availability, one million more than the S4 sold a year earlier at launch.
As with every major mobile device to hit the market in the past 7 years, Keynote has made it a priority to swiftly provide its customers with access to those devices, and the S5 is no exception. With Keynote’s team working around the clock to make it happen, we are pleased to announce that the S5 has just been added to Keynote’s DeviceAnywhere Cloud for the purpose of functional testing, regression testing, smoke testing, and later, for performance monitoring. Keynote is the first testing provider to offer this wildly popular and much-anticipated new smartphone.
As part of the industry’s largest library of real mobile devices in the Keynote DeviceAnywhere Cloud, the S5 takes its place as part of the larger global network of Keynote infrastructure that allows QA, testers and developers and with unprecedented insight and visibility into the performance and quality of their websites, mobile web and apps.
In addition, the all-Android HTC One (Google M8) device was also added to Keynote’s DeviceAnywhere Cloud today. This should be welcome news to all you Android purists out there!
Get started testing on the Galaxy S5 today with a free 7 day trial!