SmartLab is a is an experimental testbed of Android Smartphones deployed at the
Department of Computer Science building at the University of Cyprus.
SmartLab provides a public, permanent testbed for development and testing of smartphone
network applications via an intuitive web-based interface. Registered users can upload and
install APK files on a number of Android smartphones, capture their output (screenshot or files),
reboot the devices, create concurrent interactive jobs using MonkeyRunner scripts and many other
exciting features. SmartLab facilitates research in smartphone network programming environments,
communication protocols, system design, and applications. When uploading material SmartLab,
we ask that you follow the content guidelines below. Note that we may, from time to time, change
these guidelines, so please check back here for the most current ones.
When uploading, please respect the rights of others and act lawfully.
Specifically, for every upload, you must:
Have all necessary rights, permissions and/or licenses to create and/or upload your content,
including any applicable intellectual property rights, survey rights.
Refrain from activities that may harm or interfere with others’ use or enjoyment.
Abide by all applicable laws, regulations, and rules, including any owner instructions,
notices, or posted signage.
Respect the privacy of others with respect to content being uploaded.
Illegal content: We do not allow the upload of any illegal application.
This includes applications under development for illegal purposes.
We do not allow upload of content that violates any applicable law, regulation,
or rule, including any owner instructions, notices, or posted signage.
Copyrighted content: It is our policy to respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement.
Inappropriate content: We reserve the right to remove inappropriate non-factual content,
including obscenities, pornography, defamatory statements, hate speech, and threats of violence.
We also reserve the right to remove content that harms our system, including content we
consider spam and/or that contain malware, viruses, or other harmful code.