TestFlight 4+

Beta testing made simple

Apple

    • Free

Description

TestFlight makes it easy to test beta versions of macOS apps, 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, 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.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

Shargame ,

BEST MOBILE GAME

I am a big mobile games fan and have been playing mobile games nonstop for the past few years. I saw an as for this game and it looked like exactly what I wanted in a mobile game. I was skeptical at first, because you know how some mobile game ads are, they make the game look like a million dollar game, the it turns out it’s not fun and looks like it was made on Microsoft paint. The ads for this game looked amazing, so I decided to try it out, and it was even better than the ads! I have been a big fan of games like brawl stars and valorant in the past, and it feels like they took the best of both games, mixed in some amazing graphics, and spiced up the gameplay to make this game. It is a blast and everyone should definitely try it out!

Giovanni Pizorno ,

TestFlight age range

Test flight is a great app but I don’t see the point in saying it’s for age’s 4 and up when you have to be 13 to use it i’m a 10-year-old turning 11 this year two more years to go before I can use it but this app is going in the right direction and the wrong direction at the same time for example if I had Snapchat and I want to use the beta and if the age range of Snapchat was 12 and up I would have to be 13 to use the beta now sure time flies by pretty fast but it’s not like 1 million years flies by every minute and it’s such a long wait actually time doesn’t fly by as fast as it seems and I’m not gonna be mean by giving it a one star I’m gonna give it a three star actually wait scratch that four I don’t want to be extremely mean by just putting a one star and then just putting A stupid review I’m just pointing out the obvious Number one: Pointless age ratings rating an app four and up even though you have to be 13 to use it makes no sense it’s also kind of weird that you would rate an app four and up and have to be 13 to use it rate it 13 And then kids will get the point why you have to be 13 in order to use it anyways that’s all I have to say I give credit to you and all the people who made test flight

alienwithagun ,

It has a few issues, but works okay.

I think the app does what it’s meant to do, overall. There are just two things that bother me.

The first thing is that once I tap to update a beta app, I have to keep TestFlight open so it can finish downloading. Conversely, in the App Store, I can tap “update all” and immediately close the app and the updates continue anyway. Consistency between this app and the App Store would be nice.

The second thing is that TestFlight apparently just updated itself and I was met with a screen that talked about “invites” as a noun. I know this is very popular in the last several years, but it’s still improper grammar and I have to read it a few times to understand what it’s actually saying. I don’t mean to be the grammar police here, but when it’s wrong, it actually does affect reader comprehension, so this is important! “Invite” is a verb, not a noun! Use “invitation” instead. I would expect a company like Apple to use proper grammar in their designs since they are apparently so advanced. Such a large company needs to be very careful with these things because they are modeling to the rest of the world what is right. We don’t want to perpetuate miscommunication.

App Privacy

The developer, Apple, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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