TestFlight is an application which allows to install beta apps on your iOS device. Once developer invites you to start beta test their app then you can use this app. You can install new version as they become available. This application also allows you to provide valuable feedback to developers on the features you are testing in the pre-release apps you’ve been invited to.
Today Apple released the updated version TestFlight, with this update developers can start testing the iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 apps on real hardware. While the update stops just short of allowing developers to publish apps to external beta testers, today’s update is a welcome addition, and one that is a sign that Apple is edging ever nearer to iOS 9 and watchOS 2 releases. In this article let us discuss what are the new things added in this latest version of TestFlight app.
What’s new in version 1.2.0 :
- This update adds support for testing upcoming features on iOS 9 along with WatchOS 2 apps and app thinning
- Testers now can choose how to receive update notifications for each application they are testing.
- WatchOS 2 beta apps will install automatically when the automatic downloads settings is enabled in the Apple Watch app.
- Through this update all the previous bugs are fixed and you can find some improvements.
Now the developers and testers can grab this latest updated TestFlight application from Apple App Store, where the app is designed for both iPhone and iPad. interested candidates can download this application from App Store for free of cost. Apple has sent developers an email which clarifies the today’s TestFlight app update does not extend to support external Test groups, developer testing has also produced in this conclusion.