Product Updates

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


Maestro testing in the Cloud

TestingBot now supports running mobile tests with Maestro in the cloud. Run Maestro mobile tests on Android emulators and iOS Simulators. Simply upload your Maestro Flow files using the TestingBot API and TestingBot will run the Flow tests using Maestro on iOS and Android.

More information available in the Maestro documentation.


iOS 17 Testing

iOS 17 testing is now available on TestingBot. Run your mobile website and mobile app tests on a physical iPhone 14 device, running Apple's latest iOS 17.

Why is it important to test on iOS 17?

iOS 17 introduces many new improvements and features, that make for a personalised and intuitive user experience. By testing your apps on the latest iOS versions, you can make sure your mobile app and website works on the latest iOS version. Detect bugs happening on iOS 17, improve App Store compliance and optimise your app.

iOS 17 comes with many new features, as seen in the iOS release notes. Features include full-screen Stand-by mode, intelligent text inputs, new interactive widgets and other improvements.

Appium 2 is required for iOS 17 testing

If you're looking to run automated tests on iOS 17, you'll need to switch to the latest Appium version (2.0).

We have created an overview on how to Migrate to Appium 2.

Happy Testing!


Chrome 117, Firefox 117, Microsoft Edge 117 and Opera 102

We are happy to announce that TestingBot now supports Chrome 117, Edge 117, Firefox 117 and Opera 102.

Test on the latest version of these popular browsers, with manual, automated and visual testing by TestingBot.


TestingBot Webhooks: Receive test results instantly

TestingBot now supports Webhooks.

Webhooks allow you to receive test results from all your tests, on a URL you've provided.

This allows you to instantly receive pass/failure states of your tests, without having to poll the TestingBot REST API.


Microsoft Edge Beta and Dev versions

TestingBot now provides up-to-date versions of Microsoft Edge Beta and Dev, on both macOS and Windows (10 and 11).

Make sure your website stays compatible with new Microsoft Edge versions. Run automated, visual and manual tests on beta versions and dev versions.

Below is a sample of the capabilities you can use in your automated tests:

const caps = {
  browserName: 'microsoftedge',
  platformName: 'WIN10',
  version: 'dev'

Free Online Tools by TestingBot

TestingBot now provides Free Online Tools, which you can use to augment your automated/manual tests.

Our free tools include:

with many more others to come in the future!


Chrome 115, Microsoft Edge 115, Firefox 115, Opera 100

We've added support for the latest browser versions, available for manual, automated and visual testing:

  • Chrome 115
  • Microsoft Edge 115
  • Firefox 115
  • Opera 100

iOS 16.5 Real Device Testing

iOS 16.5 is now available for automated and manual testing on real iOS devices.

Test on Apple's latest iOS version. For a detailed list of changes, please see the iOS changelog.


Safari Technology Preview and Safari Beta

Safari Technology Preview and Safari Beta

TestingBot now offers two variants of macOS Safari on both macOS Monterey and macOS Ventura:

  • Safari Technology Preview: this contains the upcoming changes that might get included in future Safari versions.
  • Safari Beta: the beta version of the upcoming Safari version that will be released

These two new versions allow you to make sure your website looks and behaves correctly on the upcoming version of Apple's popular internet browser Safari.

You can run both manual tests on these two new versions, or use automated tests with Selenium WebDriver.


Introducing Functions

Today we've released Functions. Functions are simple cURL/URL calls you can make to perform various actions with a real TestingBot browser:

Functions are a powerful way to instruct a remote TestingBot browser in the least amount of code.


Puppeteer testing on Firefox

TestingBot already provided support for running Puppeteer tests on Chrome and Microsoft Edge. Now you can also test with Puppeteer on any Firefox browser in the TestingBot browser cloud.

Ready to get started? Head on over to our Puppeteer browser documentation to run your first test on Firefox!