Wirelessly distributing/pushing beta apps.

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by anastasis, Mar 9, 2012.

  1. anastasis
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    Is this possible? Instead of having to tether each user's phone to the host computer with the beta build is it possible to just seamlessly 'push' the new builds out to users?
     
  2. dejo
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    Sites like Testflight, AppSendr, etc. will help you with this.
     
  3. anastasis
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    Awesome. TestFlight might be exactly what we are looking for, thanks!
     
  4. jonnymo5
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    I have used Testflight extensively. It is great. Look at integrating the SDK as well. It is super easy to do and provides very useful information.
     
  5. seepel
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    Another plus one for test flight. It will send emails to beta testers when new builds are ready. Then if you implement the SDK it will automatically let them know when there is a new version when they start the app. And on top of that log symbolicated crash logs once you've uploaded a dSYM. And this all happens with a single line of code before you start adding any custom logging.
     

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