Apple has announced that developers can now invite people to try out beta versions of their Mac apps through a new TestFlight for Mac app.
Last week, Apple announced that TestFlight is now also available on Mac, allowing developers to invite users to test early versions of their Mac apps before their official release date. The announcement signifies the end of a three-month beta that was running for the service.
The TestFlight service now allows Mac app developers the ability to invite up to 10,000 external testers by sending them an email or a public link. In addition, the service provides a set of tools for organizing internal testers into multiple groups and for configuring build access for each one separately.
TestFlight for Mac has been available since the beta began in August, allowing developers to test their own apps and apps from other developers. However, it wasn’t until this official launch of the feature that developers have members of the general public testing their apps.
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