How to test LensKart Application?

January 27, 2024

When testing the Lenskart application,

Here are some aspects to consider:


1. User Registration and Login:

– Test the user registration process, including account creation, validation of required fields, and appropriate error handling for invalid inputs.

– Verify that users can log in using their registered credentials and that the login process is secure.


2. Product Catalog and Search:

– Test the product catalog to ensure that all products are displayed accurately and categorized correctly.

– Verify that the search functionality returns relevant results based on keywords, filters, or categories.

– Test sorting options, such as sorting products by price, popularity, or relevance.


3. Product Details:

– Test the product detail pages to ensure that all necessary information (e.g., product description, specifications, images, pricing) is displayed correctly.

– Verify that users can view multiple product images and zoom in for a closer look if applicable.

– Test any interactive features on the product detail pages, such as size selection, color variations, or lens customization options.


4. Shopping Cart and Checkout:

– Test the shopping cart functionality, including adding items, updating quantities, and removing items.

– Verify that the cart displays accurate pricing information, including discounts, promotions, and taxes.

– Test the checkout process, including entering shipping details, selecting payment methods, and completing the order.


5. Prescription Glasses/Contact Lenses:

– If the LensKart application offers prescription eyewear or contact lenses, thoroughly test the prescription ordering process.

– Verify that users can enter their prescription details accurately and that the application calculates the correct lens parameters.

– Test any additional features specific to prescription eyewear, such as frame fitting, virtual try-on, or lens material selection.


6. Virtual Try-On (if available):

– If the application offers a virtual try-on feature, thoroughly test its functionality.

– Verify that users can accurately overlay glasses or lenses on their face using the device’s camera.

– Test different frames and styles to ensure that the virtual try-on accurately represents how the glasses would look in real life.


7. Order Tracking and History:

– Test the order tracking feature to ensure that users can track the status of their orders accurately.

– Verify that users can view their order history, including previous purchases and order details.


8. Account Management:

– Test the functionality related to account management, such as updating user profile information, changing passwords, or managing saved addresses.


9. Notifications and Communication:

– Test the application’s ability to send notifications to users regarding order updates, promotions, or other relevant information.

– Verify that users can receive and view these notifications within the application.


10. Payment Integration:

– If the application integrates with payment gateways, thoroughly test the payment process, including various payment methods (credit cards, digital wallets, etc.).

– Verify that payments are processed securely and that users receive appropriate payment confirmation.


11. Wishlist and Favorites:

– Test the functionality to add products to a wishlist or favorites list.

– Verify that users can view, manage, and easily add or remove items from their wishlist.


12. Reviews and Ratings:

– Test the ability for users to leave reviews and ratings for products.

– Verify that reviews are displayed correctly and that users can filter or sort them based on helpfulness or date.


13. Social Sharing:

– Test the integration of social sharing functionality, allowing users to share products or their purchases on social media platforms.

– Verify that shared links or posts display accurate product information and images.


14. Coupons and Discounts:

– Test the application’s ability to apply coupons, discounts, or promotional offers to purchases.

– Verify that discounts are applied correctly and that users receive the expected savings.


15. Return and Refund:

– Test the return and refund process, including initiating returns, entering reasons for return, and tracking the status of returns.

– Verify that users receive refunds promptly and that the refund amount is correct.


16. Customer Support:

– Test any customer support or chat functionality within the application.

– Verify that users can easily access customer support and receive prompt and helpful responses to their queries or issues.


17. Localization and Language Support:

– Test the application’s localization and language support features.

– Verify that the application displays localized content, currency, and language based on the user’s location or preferences.


18. Accessibility:

– Test the application’s accessibility features, such as support for screen readers, color contrast, and font sizes.

– Verify that users with disabilities can navigate and use the application effectively.


19. Push Notifications:

– Test the push notification feature to ensure that users receive timely and relevant notifications.

– Verify that users can enable or disable push notifications and that they are delivered correctly.


20. Performance Optimization:

– Test the application’s performance under various conditions, such as low network connectivity or limited device resources.

– Verify that the application loads quickly, responds smoothly, and does not consume excessive device resources.



Remember to prioritize testing based on the criticality and frequency of use for each feature. Adapt the list according to LensKart’s specific feature set and the requirements of your testing strategy.