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April 2 2013 - more
We've released a new version of the Testing Criteria for Java ME apps which includes a few minor changes to the previous version.
Correction to FN10: ‘Speed of Application in Use’:
This test was previously incorrectly referred to as FN113
Exception added to FN8 ‘Main Menu Requirements’:
- the exit function can be provided separately from the menu
Minor format corrections throughout, making it consistent with the AQuA branding.
2012/8/1 - more
We're pleased to announce our name change: from Unified Testing Initiative to App Quality Alliance (AQuA).
If you contributed to the new name, thank you very much for your input.
We changed the name leading up to the launch of the Quality App Directory in September, to more closely reflect our commitment to helping developers further-improve the quality of their mobile apps: it's not all about testing, it's about quality improvement.
May 22 2012 - more
The latest version of the Java Testing Criteria is now available, to be implemented for all Java applications (endorsed by the Java Signature through the Java Verified Submission Portal) from June 2011.
March 16 2011 - more
Not only has the Unified Testing Initiative launched its website - www.unifiedtestinginitiative.org but a Best Practice for Developing Quality Mobile Applications Guildelines have been launched at the same time ...
December 17 2010 - more
We're pleased to announce Gameloft as the first developer to receive Trusted Status from Java Verified.
From today, the hundreds of Java ME applications submitted to Java Verified each year by Gameloft for Java Verified signing will no longer need to go through official testing, saving the company a substantial amount of money (typically between $75 and $250 per app depending on the nature of the app and the test house chosen).