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Duologue Is A New Quality Assurance Tool For App Designers

Posted Jan 16, 2014 by Romain Dillet (@romaindillet)
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A French duo got frustrated with QA testing for mobile apps, so they spent a month coding and designing a new service called Duologue. Duologue helps you compare app screenshots with mockups, track bugs and comment.

“These days, I’ve been developing a few mobile apps,” developer Paul Dupuy told me. “The process to test and report UX bugs really got on my nerves.”

Here’s the result, a neat little tool that he just launched today with designer Oskari Grönroos. It’s a paid service that will cost you $49 per month for an unlimited number of projects and 10 users.

I can see companies working with freelance app developers using this kind of tool. It’s very straightforward and could help you save a bit of time — annotation tools like Skitch, Droplr or Bugshot aren’t as powerful as Duologue.

The team already showed Duologue to a few people, and nearly all of them are still actively using it and are enthusiastic. It’s a niche tool, but it’s a small project as well that was developed by a small team. Duologue could find a small app developer audience with this kind of services.

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  • Paul Dupuy

    • Bio Paul is the CEO of Quotiply, where he is responsible for setting the company's strategy, as well as acting as a bridge between the technical and sales operations.Before he founded Quotiply, Paul was involved in other ventures and considers himself an entrepreneur at heart. He initially considered attending Babson's entrepreneurial undergraduate program after being accepted, but finally decided to learn …
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  • Oskari Grönroos

    • Bio Oskari hails from Helsinki, Finland. He is responsible for setting the overall technical direction of Quotiply and is also directly in charge of its front-end programming and user experience. Interested in computers from a very young age, Oskari thought to get a firm footing in the IT industry by studying computer science at the Finnish Business College. During that time he founded his first …
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  • Duologue

    • Founded 2014
    • Overview Make sure your devs are doing what they're supposed to be doing. Point out mistakes, keep track of progress, communicate easier than ever.
    • Location New York, NY
    • Categories Software
    • Founders Oskari Grönroos, Paul Dupuy
    • Website http://www.duologue.co
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