TestFlight

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TestFlight is a mobile application that allows you to instal and beta test apps on your iOS device allowing you to provide feedback to developers on the features you tested in the pre release.

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Great Way to test Apps

What do you like best?

The ability to test apps from various developers and being able to test our own internal apps. You get a notification as soon as a new test build is available and you are told what to test. Plus you can set-up an email address so testers can email you about bugs or issues with your app. You can now also add groups to various tests so I can have one group testing one version of our app while another group tests another version.

What do you dislike?

You are not told when a test is over or if a newer build is available for public release. Sometimes builds in the App Store are newer than the TestFlight builds because no new test builds were released. There are also no notifications before builds expire so developers know it's time to release a newer build or can end the test.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Great way to test future builds of apps. A reminder you must sign-up with the developers in order to test builds. And if testing your own builds, you must publish TestFlight for the first time within iTunes Connect before they will appear and you must at least sign-up your own email address.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We test our own app within TestFlight before we release the app to the public. We recently updated for iPhone X and opened up to a small group who could sign-up to test our latest app before public release.

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TestFlight review by <span>Iain S.</span>
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Great Product for testing App on iOS only

What do you like best?

Great integration with iTunes connect and apple developer connection. You can easily send updated of the App to users and it will automatically install them on the device. Testers can also send feedback through the app easily. You can also set a time limit on the pre-released app so when it comes time to release the production version user can switch over to that.

What do you dislike?

The removal of Android was a bit annoying when Apple bought them. This means that for our Android Apps we are having to use another product and can no longer keep them together.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Move to hockey app if you want Android support. But Apple have made it free.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Providing pre-released builds for clients and testers. This can be useful also when needing to gather feedback on the app.

What Mobile App Testing solution do you use?

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TestFlight review by <span>doris M.</span>
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TestFlight

What do you like best?

TestFlight is an online service for over-the-air installation and testing of mobile applications, currently owned by Apple Inc and only offered to developers within the iOS Developer Program. Developers signed up with the service to distribute applications to internal or external beta testers, who could subsequently send feedback about the application to developers. The TestFlight SDK additionally allowed developers to receive remote logs, crash reports and tester feedback

What do you dislike?

the only thing I can see that I do not like though not hurt me because I have IOS is that TestFlight initially supported testing of Android and iOS applications, but since March 2014, Apple has retracted support for Android.[8][9] As of 2015, applications must be published for TestFlight using Xcode, and testers must be invited using iTunes Connect

Recommendations to others considering the product

100 % recommended for all people who want to enter the world of test .

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Many Benefits from esta application for test application before leaving for Market

TestFlight review by <span>Ashley D.</span>
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Streamlines Beta Testing for iOS

What do you like best?

It makes it easy for me to test beta application releases that are not yet available to the public. It's a free quick install from their website or the App Store. Even there are in-app purchases, they are free to me as a tester. TestFligt can be installed on multiple iOS devices to perform unlimited simultaneous tests from any developer. When providing feedback, valuable information about my device and the app is auto-populated for me to save me some time and allow me to focus solely on my feedback.

What do you dislike?

It can't be used on devices that are not running iOS. It's not available to Android devices either.

Recommendations to others considering the product

TestFlight is the simplest way to test beta applications on iOS devices. It can be used to simultaneously test on up to 10 devices and doesn't require a lot from you as a tester. You don't need to deal with UDIDs or provisioning profiles at all so it streamlines the process. Also, if you currently have the app installed, the beta version will automatically replace the version on your device and you can begin testing.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

TestFlight helps developers to fine tune their applications and notice issues that they may have been blind to as the creator or ones they simply didn't think of. TestFlight also helps users to have a better user experience with these applications once released because they have been tested extensively to avoid common issues.

TestFlight review by <span>Brittany B.</span>
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Great way to test iOS app for public use

What do you like best?

I've worked on the product testing end of TestFlight and it was great to see our app actually work and be able to navigate as if it were live. Whenever an update was available, TestFlight would send you an e-mail alerting you so you could have the most up to date experience with the app you were developing. Because of the nature of the software, it just supported the app you were using and you didn't have to use it as a portal.

What do you dislike?

Was a difficult process of getting connected with our app and test flight. I remember having to sign up for a couple things and having to click though a lot of e-mails to access the app.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Good for app development

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We were able to try the app and make improvements to it's navigation and service.

TestFlight review by <span>Tom O.</span>
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Great access to test iOS Apps in development

What do you like best?

The ease of assigning internal and external alpha and beta testers for application evaluation is great.

What do you dislike?

The iOS app for Test Flight has no administration features. all admin tasks need to be managed via web. iTune Connect app does not support Test Flight admin either.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Please consider that all administration needs to be done in iTunes Connect on the web. Neither the Test Flight app nor the iTunes Connect app allow for administration of internal or external beta testing users or information. Aside from this it is a well rounded product that could use a few improvements just like any other app.

Beta testers get a clear outline of what is to be tested with each build of the app. They can submit reports of issues or other concerns directly by email. This allows you to track the quality testers as well as make the necessary improvements or changes to the app.

Test Flight lets you track which testers are performing tests on which devices. This is another way to identify the good testers and eliminate the less productive beta testers.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The main problem is the need for beta testers to test all aspects of apps and report any problems in an organized manner. Test Flight allows this to happen is a very smooth way that is directly integrated into iOS. I could not really ask for a better way to do this, but there could always be improvements.

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