qTrace Version 2.5 Eliminates the Need for a Separate Screen
DUBLIN, Calif., Aug. 1, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- QASymphony
(www.qasymphony.com), the developer of qTrace, an intelligent defect
documentation Quality Assurance tool, today announced version 2.5 of
its popular qTrace tool for testers and software developers. qTrace
expedites the QA process, helping software development teams bring
products to market by as much as 20% faster and reducing defect
reporting time by about 70%.
qTrace 2.5 complements its existing capabilities by adding four
different single screen capture modes, eliminating the need for the
"PrintScreen button" and other screen capture software.
Newly released to the market in Feb of 2012, qTrace has created a new
category of screen capture. qTrace not only captures images of software
screens, but also the user's actions such as mouse clicks and entered
text. By leveraging the screen images and generated text narration, a
tester can describe and submit software defects in full detail quickly
Since its release, qTrace has been well received by the testing
community and has quickly responded to feedback by adding enhancements
to the tool.
"Our goal is to make qTrace the only screen capture tool needed by
testers," says Vu Lam, CEO of QASymphony. "We've tackled the tough
part, which is creating a tool with the intelligence to document long
complex defects. But we've heard our users say that for simple cases,
one screenshot is enough. We've now tuned qTrace to have robust
functions in the capture of a single screenshot, so qTrace is the only
tool needed to document simple and complex defects. We're also adding
some other goodies that I'm sure our fans will appreciate!"
qTrace is available as a free edition or low-cost Pro edition and can
be downloaded at (qasymphony.com).
To see a video of qTrace: http://youtu.be/P43ZJhSdZGI
Founded in June 2011 with offices in Dublin, Calif. and Ho Chi Minh
City, Vietnam, QASymphony is a software company built to revolutionize
how software is tested, adopted, and supported. We are an early stage,
self-funded, software-loving team, united by a common belief that
software could be better, and better tested. For more information,
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