Manual Testing is a process of discovering the defects or bugs in a software program. In Manual Testing, testers manually execute test cases without using any automation tools. It requires a tester to play the role of an end user whereby they use all the features of the apps’ features to ensure accurate behavior.
The primary goal of Manual Testing is to make sure that the application is error free and is working efficiently in accordance with the specified functional requirements. Apart from this, it also makes sure that reported defects are fixed by the respective developers and re-testing has been performed by testers on the fixed errors.
In all, Manual Testing checks the quality of the system and delivers bug-free and efficient product to the client.
It refers to an eyeball testing and easy to learn for newcomers
It is best suited for application with short life cycles.
It is useful for applications with constant GUI changes.
It is a cost-effective testing method.
It is more reliable compared to automation testing.
Test cases can be quickly updated with respect to the project movement.