A target device set is a specific set of devices that a mobile app is developed and tested to work on. It is a list of devices and operating systems that the app is intended to support.
When developing a mobile app, the target device set is determined by the mobile app developer or the client. It is based on factors such as the app’s intended audience, the most commonly used devices, and budget and resource constraints.
The target device set can include a wide range of devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches running different operating system versions, such as iOS, Android, and Windows.
It’s important to note that if the app is only developed and tested on a specific target device set, it may not work correctly on other devices or operating systems that are not included in the set.
Also, See: Platform Version Compatibility