I just wanted to take some time to talk about beta software in general (yeah it's in the iOS 9 beta forum), due to the abundance of comments being fired back and forth about complaining, bugs, etc. Beta software is unique. It allows us to perfect and evolve our applications to make an excellent user experience possible. Without it, developers would be releasing half baked garbage for users to be disappointed with. Beta software is a critical, and under appreciated piece of the development process. Apple seeds anywhere between 4-8 builds of its next-generation operating system in the summer months in hope of perfecting the user experience. It recently opened up betas to the public in hopes of getting meaningful and informative feedback. Apple was relying on the very users of their OSes to help iOS, OS X and watchOS evolve. Apple is becoming more open, for better or for worse. Personally I like the top-secret version of Apple, it's more intriguing and exciting. Point is, we as developers or casual users cannot fail Apple. We cannot ignore their welcoming to feedback. Because I'm sure they'd be happy to not read thousands of bug reports per day, some of which are complete garbage. Apple is giving this opportunity and we need to take it to our full advantage. Please, if you install that beta configuration profile on your device, use the Feedback Assistant. It's a direct pipeline to engineering. Or use Apple's online bug reporter (Radar). Engineering will actually personally respond to your issue if they need assistance reproducing it, and they want to resolve bugs, just as much as you do. It doesn't matter how much technical experience you have. Don't be afraid to find workarounds. There is often more than one way to solve a problem, but there's always one way. Don't be afraid to see error messages that look impossible to decode. Someone can help you find the solution, only, and only if you speak up. The forum whining is not speaking up. And yes, I've whined too, don't you worry, finger pointers. From here on out, let's get our priorities straight and make use of the development time we have. Let's use beta software for the right reasons (not to impress friends) and let's make it a decent experience. It's not easy but it's 100% possible with effort. The weekly "where art thou beta X" threads are funny but let's have them for the right reasons. If you actually read this entire post, you're already on the right track. If you went to the comments to rant, well I wasted my breath. Or finger energy rather.