Welcome to UFT Mobile

Micro Focus UFT Mobile provides an end-to-end quality lab of real devices and emulators that help you test, monitor, and optimize your mobile apps for an enhanced user experience.

Where do I start?

New to UFT Mobile? Get started in the following areas.

  • Some steps are relevant only for Trial, Enterprise, or Ultimate licenses. For details, see UFT Mobile editions.
  • Some steps are relevant only for on-premises deployments, and not for UFT Mobile SaaS.

Install UFT Mobile (on-premises)

Install UFT Mobile on a Windows or Linux machine.

Configure shared spaces (on-premises)

Install your license, create shared spaces, configure global settings, and manage users in the Operator console. For more information, see Shared space management (on-premises).

Add and configure workspaces

Create workspaces to segregate or share applications and devices between specific groups of users. For details, see Manage workspaces.

Connect devices

Add devices to your lab. For details, see Connect devices to UFT Mobile.

Add users

Allow others to run tests with UFT Mobile by adding them to the list of UFT Mobile users.

Other administration tasks

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Testing flows

Automation Engineers/ Testers/ DevTest users can test their mobile apps by following this basic flow:

Start testing your mobile app

Integrate your testing tool with UFT Mobile

Connect devices (Optional)
  • Install the standalone connector for Windows, Linux, or Mac OS.
  • Connect Android or iOS devices to the UFT Mobile connector machine.

Lab console

Manage your UFT Mobile account and reserve devices in the Lab console.

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Product support

To get assistance with the product:

On-premises Get Support
SaaS Open a ticket in the MyAccount.

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Bookmark the Help Center

To ensure that you're always viewing the most up-to-date version of the Help Center, bookmark this link: https://admhelp.microfocus.com/uftmobile

To create a link that will always point to the most recent version of a topic, replace the version number in the URL with 'latest'. For example:

  • Previous version:

  • Current version:


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