Weekly Bug Crawl by QAwerk:
ACC – Live Wallpapers for iOS

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ACC - Live Wallpapers for iOS

ACC – Live Wallpapers offers a lot of ways to personalize your device. It has a lot of top-quality wallpapers, backgrounds, and themes, and every day there’s something new. There aren’t many layers in it, so you would think that an app like this one barely has any bugs. It’s a pity, but today we’re going to prove this statement wrong.

Same header content after you change a filter on ‘Wallpapers’ page.
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Open ‘Wallpapers’ page.
  2. Tap on ‘Wallpapers’ button on top.
  3. Choose ‘Sports’ or ‘Animals’ category.

Expected result:

Wallpapers are shown according to the chosen category.

Severity:
Minor

Actual result:

‘Nature’ wallpapers are shown.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

No tracker for unmarked favorite wallpaper.
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Open ‘Wallpapers’ page.
  2. Open any wallpaper.
  3. Tap on a ‘Star’ button to mark current wallpaper as favorite.
  4. Open ‘Favorites’ page.
  5. Unmark a ‘Star’ button.
  6. Go back to ‘Favorites’ page.

Expected result:

Current wallpaper is not shown on ‘Favorites’ page.

Severity:
Minor

Actual result:

Current wallpaper is still shown on ‘Favorites’ page and page need to be refreshed manually.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

Download counter doesn’t change after downloading a wallpaper.
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Open ‘Wallpapers’ page.
  2. Pay attention to the download counter of a chosen wallpaper.
  3. Open a chosen wallpaper.
  4. Tap on ‘Download’.
  5. Watch the ads video and tap on a ‘Download’ button again.
  6. Go back to ‘Wallpapers’ page.
  7. Pay attention to the download counter.

Expected result:
Download counter of a chosen wallpaper is increased by 1.
Severity:
Minor

Actual result:

Download counter remains as before the download.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

Endless preloader after you tap a ‘Refresh’ button on a ‘Purchase’ page.
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Open a ‘Purchase’ page.
  2. Tap on a ‘Refresh’ button.

Expected result:
Valid data is shown on the screen properly.
Severity:
Major

Actual result:

Eternal preloader is shown and further work of application can not be continued.

Environment:

iPhone 6s (iOS 11.4)

One would think that a team that has developed their own application would know better where to look for bugs. But in reality, developers have a blind eye for the code they have written, so a lot can be overlooked as a result. Outsourced QA helps in this situation by providing a fresh glance and an unbiased approach. As a quality assurance team ourselves, we know how often developers forget about some basic things that later ruin the experience of their users. And Bug Crawl lets us explicitly demonstrate it to you.

Do you have a set of apps that give you no discomfort, that are truly pleasant to use, that deliver everything they’re supposed to? Once you find your apps, they’re going to follow you on every one of your new devices. You just don’t want to uninstall any of them. So why it seems that so little developers pursue the goal for their apps to remain on users’ phones forever?
Evgeniia, QA

Evgeniia, QA

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Weekly Bug Crawl by QAwerk:
ACC – Live Wallpapers for iOS
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