Apple to shutdown TestFlightapp.com by end of February

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Apple acquired TestFlight maker Burtsly last year and quickly added it to iOS in an effort to improve the iOS beta testing experience for both developers and testers. Now Apple plans to close the independent site TestFlightapp.com to Android users and everyone else, forcing iPhone and iPad owners to only test apps through the official TestFlight iOS app.

Burstly’s SkyRocket Users Get 90-Day Notice Following Apple Acquisition

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When Apple acquired Burstly last month, the company behind popular iOS app beta platform Testflight, a lot of people questioned how it would discontinue support for Android and the wider TestFlight SDK to new users.

According to a document acquired by TechCrunch, this won’t be the only aspect of Burstly’s business looking to wind down.