Alert! An intruder has sneaked in at Zero Dark Thirty

This is a message for all concerned app publishers. While you were sleeping thinking about new strategies to increase your downloads through marketing, a new build sneaked in on the RobusTest servers at zero dark thirty. Prima facie the intruder looks harmless, in fact it may actually be a lifesaver. We are keeping 'your' fingers crossed. The last person who met the intruder told us that the latter introduced itself as 'Version 2.0.16'. It has been found lurking at the following address - in and around

We would warn people to stay away from the intruder. However, if you do cross paths, distract it by giving it your mobile app. The intruder will be busy with your mobile app while you chart your escape strategy. Having said that, we have been told that it is not too kind to mobile apps and "it will find you and give you feedback' a la Liam Neeson.

While the exact reason for this break in is yet to be known, we have some snapshots from high quality CCTV cameras which can help us identify its features

One of the first things that strikes is the clean looks. But do not let the clean looks deceive you as the intruder may have come with a much bigger goal. We have heard murmurs of something like a "a mission to save mobile apps from ignominy of failure" but we cannot be sure because there have many such attempts earlier too!

Snapshot 1 taken from the front

Snapshot 2 taken from, well, still the front!

We have also noticed a deliberate design which allows the intruder to use any of its weapons without losing a second in trying to find it. Our team is collecting an entire list of features - facial and otherwise and maintaining it here. If you find something more, you know whom to contact!

Thank you for hearing this message. We are out now to find the intruder. Stay safe and keeping testing!


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