Obtain MakeAppTouchTestable Utility

Document created by DPM Admin Employee on Jul 18, 2017Last modified by Trishala Kalal on Aug 9, 2017
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Downloading the MATT Utility


Note: For iOS, Objective C and Swift are compatible with TouchTest and no special actions must be taken.


Below, you will find instructions for downloading and unzipping the MakeAppTouchTestable (MATT) Utility.

  1. Log in to your CloudTest instance and open the Resources page (found at the bottom of Central).
  2. Download MakeAppTouchTestable Utility from the Downloads section.
  3. Unarchive the ZIP file.

This archive contains the following:


Note: It is not necessary to open any of the files shown below, but it's good to know that they are there. Occasionally, you'll need to download a new MakeAppTouchTestable and this is where the updated, unarchived files will go.


  • MakeAppTouchTestable.jar utility is the script that will make the necessary project modifications and create a mobile app in CloudTest
  • The TouchTestDriver folder. The contents of this folder will be automatically copied to your project.
  1. Open a Terminal window and navigate to the location where the ZIP was unarchived. For example:

cd Downloads/MakeAppTouchTestable.

Next Step

Now that you've retrieved the project, and the MATT utility, the next thing is to decide whether to use static instrumentation or dynamic instrumentation to make the project TouchTestable.

Android users, please find instructions for statically or dynamically instrumenting the MATT utility here.

iOS users, click here for MATT Utility instrumentation instructions. (iOS users can also benefit from these instructions, which feature MATT instrumentation with a sample Stockfish project.)


Go to: TouchTest Onboarding