Appium Valuable Features

OC
Sr Data Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees

I haven't explored other solutions in this particular area, but what I like best about Appium is the fact that it shares functions with Selenium. The extension of Selenium functions allows me to use all of the methods that exist in that domain, and it just makes it simpler for me. I've been using Selenium for some time as well, so using Appium just seems like a natural fit for me.

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EK
Software Engineer Lead-Engineering Productivity at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees

The best feature of Appium is that it allows you to inspect the element. With the Appium Inspector, you don't have to install another application to do the inspection. I also like that Appium has Android device connectivity. Currently, most people use Appium as automation software, and I haven't found any other tool that's more powerful than Appium.

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Alona Tupchei - PeerSpot reviewer
Engineering manager I - Quality at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees

We develop apps using the React Native framework, and Appium integrates well for testing those apps. The Appium automation framework also has good integration with GitHub Actions and plenty of other tools and frameworks, including BrowserStack. 

Appium also offers plenty of testing interactions, including swipes and other actions. It provides more interactions compared to other solutions like Selenium HQ, which is another tool we work with.

Appium Inspector is another excellent feature that provides us with a lot of information when dealing with app elements. One of our uses for this is determining which selectors are faster, as we want our apps to be as fast as possible. 

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RajeevSAwant - PeerSpot reviewer
Head Automation COE at Truglobal

It's open-source. 

There is quite a lot of support available and it has some features that are quite mature. Overall, it's a good tool for committing mobile applications. It's become kind of a norm across the industry, especially in the open-source world as it is kind of based on Selenium.

It's a straightforward setup.

The solution is stable.

It has great documentation and excellent community support. 

It is a scalable product.

If we want smart reporting, intelligent dashboards, and all those things, we can link it. It's very flexible as an open-source tool.

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Abhishek-Tiwari - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Associate at PwC

I like that Appium is an opensource tool. I also like it's cross-platform flexibility.

Appium provides a record-and-play option, and the commands are the same as those that Selenium uses. So a person who has some exposure to Selenium will be able to write a piece of code in Appium.

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Siddartha Rao - PeerSpot reviewer
Consultant at Deloitte India (Offices of the US)

The most valuable feature is that it's easy to launch applications. Appium has everything that Selenium has. So many good tools support Appium. We can take some Excel sheets and use them to fill out the text box that's in there. We can also take screenshots of failures.

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Andrii N. - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior QA Test Automation Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees

I like the app inspector. It's quite a good and useful tool for us. I like that we can use it almost out of the box. 

It works well on Android. 

The solution is stable.

It's very scalable. 

The solution is free to use. 

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Prakash-G - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Automation Engineer at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees

It's easy to connect the product. Within a single command, we can easily connect to the device. The connectivity is just that easy.

We get a list that shows all devices that are connected to the system.

It is a very easy initial setup.

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VT
Senior Test Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees

The solution provides one roof or framework for both iOS and Android code bases. 

The library is extensive so the driver interacts with most functions or actions on mobile devices such as tap, swipe up, write down, touch actions, and opening or closing sessions. 

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JH
Principal Consultant at Plateer

Many reference areas on the web can help you understand the product quite well.

The stability is good.

We do not need to pay for the solution. It’s free.

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ZM
Head of Solutions Delivery (Systems) at a wellness & fitness company with 51-200 employees

Obviously because of automation, it reduces manual testing efforts.

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Nandini Rao - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Engineer at Innominds

The most valuable features of Appium are the in-built functionality, which we can use in our code. For example, move back, move front, navigate one page before, and navigate one page ahead. You can do this by using the in-built functions from Appium.

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Venkat Vakiti - PeerSpot reviewer
Mobile Apps and Web Development Technical Lead at Unfoldlabs

The automation part is extremely helpful in streamlining our processes.

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RS
Test Engineer at CITIC Bank international

The most valuable feature of Appium is it supports iOS and AOS and is open-source.

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Muzammil Riaz - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Test Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

I found the Appium Inspector to be the most valuable feature because it helps to write the scripts down.

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DT
Quality and Testing Services Leader at a tech services company with 11-50 employees

I find the configuration and interface of Appium valuable. Appium has easy interaction with mobile.

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MD
Staff Engineer - Product and Platform Engineering at Altimetrik (Deployed at FORD)

Appium's best feature is that it supports multiple frameworks.

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