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This article was published on February 12, 2015

    Apple now lets you test groups separately in TestFlight

    Apple now lets you test groups separately in TestFlight
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    Apple purchased Burstly last summer, and got the TestFlight beta-testing tool with it. Now it’s starting to add new features to the tool.

    Starting today, developers can organize their testers into separate groups to easily A/B test changes among them. Developers can choose to quickly send separate builds, provide different instructions, or apply actions to several testers at once with the new update.

    Testflight announced it would be closing its old TestFllightApp.com website on February 26th; developers should set up their apps for iTunes Connect if they still want to use the service.

    ➤ Announcing TestFlight Groups