Our friends over at AppThwack run a pretty neat service. You can upload your Android or web app to their virtual device lab, and they'll install it on actual devices, run some tests, and send you the results. You can also script your own tests if you want.
Normally, you pay for this service by the minute, based on how long your tests take, and how many devices you want to test on. But we've set up an arrangement with them to make testing on Intel-based Android devices completely free, courtesy of the Intel Developer Zone. You can test on any of these Android tablets and phones with Intel Atom processors:
- Asus MeMO Pad FHD 10
- Dell Venue 7
- Dell Venue 8
- Lenovo IdeaPhone K900
- Motorola Droid RAZR i
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10
More and more Android devices have Intel processors. If you're a developer, and want to see how your apps perform on Intel-based Android tablets and phones, now you have a free and easy way to test them. And if you need help with your app, don't forget to check out the rest of our Android development tools and resources at software.intel.com/android.
EDIT: We've got a post that shows you how to sign up for AppThwack, upload your app, run some tests, and get the results. Check it out.