= Find a device- pCloudy documentation

Find a device

If you already know how to upload an app on pCloudy platform for test, you might be looking for real devices to test your apps on. Don't worry, we have got you covered.

In order to find devices of your choice, you will need to login to the platform and use certain filters to look for the available device of your choice.

Note - For steps to find a device using the Old User Interface, please scroll down.

Here are the steps to Find a device (New UI)

Step 1 - Login to device.pcloudy.com

Upload the .apk or .ipa file

Step 2 - On the Start Page, click on Devices to view all the devices available.

find a device

Step 3 - You can search devices by typing device names, OS, version numbers or models using the Search tab and press the "Return" or "Enter" key on your keyboard.

Note - you can also view any active test sessions that are running on the platform by clicking on the "My Active Sessions" that's highlighted in the screenshot below.

Search Device

Step 4 - You can also refine your search by selecting various parameters such as OEM, OS, screen size network, etc from the "Filter" drop down menu.

Filters

Step 5 - You can also use the "sort option to look up devices with specific needs such as Sim enabled, Latest devices, Top 10 devices etc.

Filters

Find a device (Old UI)

Now that you have uploaded your app on pCloudy platform for test, you might be looking for real devices to test your apps on. Don't worry, we have got you covered.

In order to find devices of your choice,

Go to the Devices page and click on Remote Access.

find a device

You can search devices by typing device names, OS, version numbers or models using the Search tab.

Search Device

You can also reduce your search by sorting it out based on OS, OEM, screen size, network and device location filters placed next to the device list. Click on filters and select the OS, OEM, Screen size, network, device location from the drop down list.

Filters

Here is a list of legends you might come across while trying to connect to a device.

Connect Devices available on cloud to test apps instantly
NATimeDevices are busy/ already in use by other user
Send MailDevices are offline and are not available for public cloud users
restrictedPaid devices that can only be accessed after purchasing a subscription plan

You can either connect to a device available on the platform, or book a device not available for future use.