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This article was published on May 13, 2015


iOS developers can now try App Analytics without requesting access

iOS developers can now try App Analytics without requesting access
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iOS developers wanting to try out Apple’s App Analytics, based on TestFlight’s technology, will now be able to do so a bit more easily: Apple no longer forces them to request access before trying it out.

9to5Mac noticed Apple had started sending out emails today saying a request was no longer needed to try the service out.

Although these requests were generally granted pretty quickly, removing that extra step for new developers is certainly welcome.

Apple introduced the beta for the tool just two weeks ago, after promising it in WWDC of last year. It’s available via iTunes Connect, and is free other than $99 yearly fee developers already pay.

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Apple’s App Analytics feature now available to all developers, no request required [9to5Mac]

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