How do I TestFlight on iOS?

How do I get TestFlight on my iPhone?

The TestFlight application is available to all iOS 8 users via the iTunes App Store. Once it’s downloaded, open the application, and sign in with your Apple ID credentials to get started. When you first launch the application, and have no invitations to join a beta testing program, the application will appear empty.

Is the TestFlight app free?

TestFlight initially supported testing of Android and iOS applications, but since March 2014, Apple has retracted support for Android.


TestFlight app running on an iPhone
Stable release 3.0.1 / January 25, 2021
Operating system iOS tvOS iPadOS macOS
Type Application testing service
License Freeware

Do you need Apple Developer Program for TestFlight?

If you want to distribute your app to registered devices, to beta testers using TestFlight, or through the App Store, you need to join the Apple Developer Program.

How do I test my iOS app on my iPhone?

Plug your iPhone into your computer. You can select your device from the top of the list. Unlock your device and (⌘R) run the application. You’ll see Xcode install the app and then attach the debugger.

What iOS are we up to?

The latest stable version of iOS and iPadOS, 14.7.1, was released on July 26, 2021. The latest beta version of iOS and iPadOS, 15.0 beta 8, was released at the end of August 2021.

How do I distribute iOS apps without App Store?

Apple offer two solutions for this:

  1. Apple Developer Enterprise Program, This allows you to distribute your app as a URL via your internal site or web server.
  2. Volume Purchase Program for enterprises, This allows you to distribute apps via a URL to managed devices within your organisation.

Does Apple have one distribution certificate?

You can only have one distribution certificate. It unites a public key, known to Apple, with a private key, which lives in the keychain of some computer. If this distribution certificate was created on another computer, then the private key is on the keychain of that computer.

How can I test my Iphone app without developer?

The good news is that you can develop and test your apps on your iOS device without a paid Apple Developer account.

To start, you’ll need to set up a provisioning profile to code sign your apps:

  1. Open Xode preferences (Xcode > Preferences…)
  2. Click the ‘Accounts’ tab.
  3. Login with your Apple ID (+ > Add Apple ID…)

Do I get paid for TestFlight?

If you fit into the right demographic for the app, you’ll be accepted onto the team of beta testers. The average pay for each completed app test is currently around $10. … Some simply offer you a free app in return for your time.

How do I join TestFlight?

Two steps to becoming an iOS Beta Tester

  1. Install TestFlight from the App Store. If you haven’t already, install the TestFlight app. All updates come through TestFlight. …
  2. Join Current Beta. With TestFlight is installed, open this link on your mobile device to get join & install the most recent version of Snapchat Beta.

Does TestFlight cost money?

While TestFlight is completely free and many third-party services cost money, even with App Store review, for most developers, TestFlight’s convenience over dealing with UDIDs and profiles makes it an easy choice of which testing platform to go with.

Do I need a paid developer account for TestFlight?

Note: you do need a Paid Developer Account to put your app on TestFlight or the App Store. iTunes Connect is where you manage your app, its details, screenshots, and who all has access to the different types of the app info (like Revenue, and User stats).

How do I get a free Apple Developer account?

Creating an Apple developer account

  1. Step 1: Visit
  2. Step 2: Click Member Center.
  3. Step 3: Sign in with your Apple ID.
  4. Step 4: On the Apple Developer Agreement page, click the first check box to accept the agreement and click the Submit button.
  5. Step 1: Download Xcode from the Mac App Store.

How do I release a TestFlight app?

Release your app on TestFlight

Navigate to the TestFlight tab of your app’s application details page on App Store Connect. Select Internal Testing in the sidebar. Select the build to publish to testers, then click Save.

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