TEL AVIV, Israel, April 19th – Testuff Ltd., a provider of on-demand service for managing and executing manual and automation software tests and for reporting defects, announced today the release of a new Mac version of its test management tool.

Testuff SaaS (Software as a Service) suite includes: Requirements management, test cases, test planning and execution, defect reporting, video recorder and player, time management, integration to all leading bug trackers and automation tools and much more. The new Mac version will allow OS X testers and developers to join the Testuff customer community.

Testuff has been running for over 3 years and has seen much success within the software testing community. The SaaS based tool was registered by over 3,000 companies, from over 40 countries in all continents. The company sees this service as a first step towards validating its technology and creating an initial customer base, before launching additional services and products.

Following a successful 2009, with twelve monthly new versions released on-schedule; Testuff continues to launch monthly new versions of its on-demand software test management tool in 2010. The last new version includes a Mac OS X software support.

The Mac version of Testuff test management tool comes after running the service on Windows platforms for over 3 years. It is a response to many requests by software development companies who see constant growth in Mac software and users. Gil Bloom, in charge of business development & marketing at Testuff, says: “We are proud to be able to launch a monthly new version on-schedule for over two years now, with many new improvements and features. Our new Mac version, released today, is an answer to great demand from our customers and members of our community. We see a clear trend with more developers and testers, like many end users, switching to Macs these days. It opens up a whole new segment of the industry for us. Testuff intends to ensure its existing customers are satisfied with the service. At the same time we hope to continue adding new customers, as we did in 2009 and the beginning of 2010”.

According to Bloom, the company will continue to release monthly versions for both the Windows and Mac clients, working with customers to improve and enhance the system. The company is also working to release its Linux version soon.

Based on user feedback, the careful thought and the efforts behind the Testuff service helped making its testing tool simple, intuitive, and fun. Using a SaaS based desktop client technology in a web age, Testuff achieves a very smooth look and feel and powerful features which are not available to web-based applications. Accordingly, users report they get fully running with Testuff within hours.