Upload your build in seconds and send a download link to your users on iOS and Android platforms — no accounts, UDIDs, or provisioning profiles necessary!
Click on the link shared by the developer and have your app automatically installed! All plans include unlimited downloads of each build.
Track how many times an app is downloaded, as well as the devices and OS versions being used by your testing team.
Organize your apps
Create application folders and store your builds in them.
File, track, and organize tickets for every build on every project — no training required!
Upload via the API
Integrate with Xcode and Android Studio, and upload your app in no time.
CRASHES & SCREENSHOTS
Capture screenshots and send crash logs to engineers directly from users’ iOS and Android devices.
BetaCrash + Slack
Integrate Slack with BetaCrash to automatically post new builds to Slack channels created for your team.
We have created a simple app distribution solution for all types of users: developers, startups, and other teams large and small. BetaCrash offers a friendly and easy-to-navigate user interface to send apps to your team throughout the testing process. The BetaCrash Dashboard allows you to track the devices and operating systems used during testing. Our CrashReport feature allows engineers to retrieve screenshots and crash logs directly from their team. And our new ticketing system makes it easy and convenient to track and manage all of your bugs under one platform!
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