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This article was published on June 2, 2014


TestFlight will be an official part of Apple’s iOS developer program from this fall

TestFlight will be an official part of Apple’s iOS developer program from this fall
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At its WWDC opening keynote in San Francisco today, Apple announced that it is bringing the much-used TestFlight user-testing platform into the official Apple developer platform.

Apple acquired TestFlight developer Burstly back in February this year.

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