Product Updates

Stay up-to-date with TestingBot's latest product updates.


iOS 17.2 (beta) and iOS 17.0 Simulators available

We're happy to announce the addition of iOS Simulator 17.2 (beta) and iOS 17.0 Simulator.

These simulators are now available for Manual, Automated and Visual testing.


Cypress 13.3.3

Cypress 13.3.3 is now available on TestingBot!

Run your Cypress tests in the cloud, on multiple remote browsers with TestingBot.

More information available in the Cypress documentation.


Appium 2.2.1

TestingBot has added these new Appium versions available for testing on iOS simulators/Android emulators and physical iOS and Android devices.

  • 2.2.1
  • 2.2.0

See how to use these new Appium versions in our Appium documentation.


Firefox 119

Firefox 119 is now available for testing! Run manual and automated tests on Mozilla's latest Firefox browser.

See an overview of the Firefox 119 release notes for more information on what was changed.


Google Pixel 8 Android Emulator

The Google Pixel 8 Android Emulator has been added to TestingBot.

Run automated, manual and visual tests on Google Pixel's latest version, running Android 14.


Chrome 118, Microsoft Edge 118, Firefox 118 and Opera 103 now available

We've made the following browser versions available on TestingBot for automated, manual and visual testing:

  • Chrome 118
  • Edge 118
  • Firefox 118
  • Opera 103

Happy Testing!


iPhone 15 testing now available

iPhone 15 testing now available

iPhone 15 is now available on TestingBot: run automated and manual tests against websites and mobile apps, using Apple's latest iPhone 15 device.

iPhone 15 is now available in the TestingBot device grid, ready to run your tests.


Bugsnag Integration

Bugsnag Integration

TestingBot now integrates with Bugsnag. During manual testing you can take a screenshot, annotate it with our screenshot editor and send it to Bugsnag.

More information is available on Bugsnag Integration Documentation.


Audio during Live Testing on Android Physical Devices (Android 11+)

We're excited to announce that we now provide the audio of the Android device during Live Testing, for Android 11 devices and higher.

TestingBot already supports audio during Live Testing on Desktop VMs and Android Emulators/iOS Simulators. With this new addition, you can hear the audio generated by the Android device during a manual testing session.


Serverless Browser Functions

TestingBot has added the possibility to run custom Javascript in the cloud, on real browsers.

You can now run serverless JS functions on a Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Opera browser in the TestingBot browser grid.

Next to running custom functions, you can also use a screenshot function, scrape function or PDF function.


Chrome 116 and Microsoft Edge 116

Chrome 116 is now available, enjoy testing on Google Chrome's latest browser version! Find out more about Chrome 116 changes.

Additionally, we've added the latest version of Microsoft Edge (version 16).

Both new versions are now available for manual, automated and visual testing.