No account necessary – upload your build in seconds and send the download link to your users on iOS and Android platforms! You won’t need any UDIDs or provisioning profiles installed on your device.
Click on the link shared by the developer and have your app automatically installed! All plans include unlimited downloads of each build.
When a build expires it is deleted from our servers entirely. There is no trace left behind, and no possibility of a leak.
Upload via the API
Integration with Xcode and Android Studio – upload in no time.
Organize your apps
Create your applications folders and store your builds in them.
BetaCrash allows you to set a password and the availability time of each app you share with your team.
Your Build History
Get quick access to the list of builds you’ve uploaded, and delete them from the servers.
CRASHES & SCREENSHOTS
BetaCrash offers a simple solution for users to capture screenshots and send crash logs to engineers.
We have created a simple solution for all types of users: startups, large and small teams, mobile teams and digital agencies. BetaCrash offers a friendly and easy to navigate user interface to send apps to your team throughout the testing process. The new version integrates now the shake report to allow engineers to retrieve screenshots and crash logs directly from their team.
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