TestFlight makes it easy to test beta versions of iOS, tvOS, and watchOS apps and App Clips, then provide valuable feedback to developers before they release their apps on the App Store. Developers invite testers through email or a public link.
When you test a beta app or App Clip, Apple collects and sends crash logs, usage information, and any feedback you submit to the developer. The developer may use this information to improve their app and related products. Apple may use crash logs and usage information to improve our products and services.
For instructions on installation, testing, and feedback submission and for details on how your data is handled, see testflight.apple.com.
This update lets you view builds organized by build groups. It also includes stability improvements and bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Makes beta testing simple
For the most part, this app makes it so easy to download the apps that we are beta testing without having to navigate developer sites to find them, which can be daunting, especially for those of us who are blind or have other disabilities that require the use of Voiceover. That leads me to something else. For everything that I have used it for, redeeming invite codes and download for new builds of apps in progress, it seems to be completely accessible.
Iterations Stop Here!
In reality, this Test Flight App is just as bad as the rest of the horrible apps that ended up being downloaded but do not function nor do anything they are advertised to do. Frankly I'd like to know how some of these apps made it into the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, are they coming from another App Store and overwriting the Official Apps from displaying. Nobody ever seems to have any answers, nor can correct the many issues that have been submitted to the the various departments. At this juncture I want all my fees refunded and the use of my information stopped as many boundaries have been crossed, and it isn't worth me loosing out on communication, productivity, privacy, nor profitability. Get it together and let's be reasonable, because these games and obvious avoidance of resolutions is sickening.
The entire TestFlight process is difficult to navigate, especially when multiple release candidates are involved (i.e. app updates occur).
When all about s are submitted and testers assigned, email notices are sent immediately, but in reality testers will not see apps in TestFlight until submitted apps have passed apple’s review process (a second email gets sent at this time).
Apps that are updates may not appear if tester is testing previous app candidate.
Resend invite option seems to be unavailable for some users (I haven’t figured out the logic yet).
In summary, TestFlight has a monopoly on Apple testing, so we muddle through, but the is so much room for improvements in the use experience that it only warrants 2 stars IMO.
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- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
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