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How do I distribute iOS app for testing?
Distributing Your App for Beta Testing and Releases
- Combine Multiplatform Apps in a Project or Purchase.
- Join the Apple Developer Program.
- Create an Archive of Your App.
- Choose a Distribution Method and Options.
- Distribute a Beta Version.
- Publish on the App Store.
- Distribute Outside of the App Store.
- Distribute Business Apps.
Does Apple approve TestFlight apps?
To get approval, your build must comply with the App Store Review Guidelines. Approval usually takes no more than 48 hours. Once Apple approves your version of the app, subsequent builds won’t need a review until you change the version number.
What is TestFlight used for?
TestFlight makes it easy to invite users to test your apps and App Clips and collect valuable feedback before releasing your apps on the App Store. You can invite up to 10,000 testers using just their email address or by sharing a public link.
What is ad hoc distribution iOS?
Ad Hoc Distribution Authorizes a Limited Set of Devices to Run Your App. iOS developers enrolled in the Standard Program can also distribute an app outside of the App Store on up to 100 different devices for testing purposes only.
How can I test my Iphone apps on Windows?
You can’t. Legally (software license), macOS can only be virtualized on Mac hardware running macOS. So even if you have a Mac but decided to run Windows on it, you can’t run a macOS virtual machine on Windows and will still need to run macOS natively to test iOS apps. You can’t.
What is ad hoc in iOS?
The Ad-Hoc certificate allows you to build your app to run on a predetermined list of devices. There are a couple big caveats though: You need the UDID of every device you want the app to run on. The user needs to install the provisioning profile for the app as well as the device manually.
How can I test my iPhone apps on Windows?
How do you TestFlight on iOS app?
To take advantage of TestFlight, simply upload a beta build of your app, and use iTunes Connect to add the names and email addresses of people you’d like to test your app. Testers will install the TestFlight app for iOS, watchOS, and tvOS so they can use your beta apps and quickly provide feedback.
What is adhoc short for?
Did you know? Ad hoc literally means “for this” in Latin, and in English this almost always means “for this specific purpose”. Issues that come up in the course of a project often require immediate, ad hoc solutions.
Is TestFlight part of the Apple Developer Enterprise program?
While TestFlight is a popular means of beta testing and distribution, it is part of iTunes Connect, and is therefore unavailable to members of the Apple Developer Enterprise Program. Ad Hoc Distribution allows developers to beta test apps on a wide range of devices when iTunes connect is not an option.
Is TestFlight part of iTunes Connect?
Ad Hoc Distribution While TestFlight is a popular means of beta testing and distribution, it is part of iTunes Connect, and is therefore unavailable to members of the Apple Developer Enterprise Program. Ad Hoc Distribution allows developers to beta test apps on a wide range of devices when iTunes connect is not an option.
How do I submit my app to TestFlight or App Store?
You can open the Archives organizer directly by choosing Window > Organizer. If you want to confirm your app is ready to submit to TestFlight or the App Store without submitting it yet, select your archive and then click Validate App. Xcode will perform a limited, automated initial validation of the app and provide feedback.
How do I distribute my App to testers?
Distribution methods range from exporting your app for test devices to uploading it to App Store Connect. You can useTestFlight to distribute iOS, tvOS, and watchOS beta builds to testers and collect feedback.