You can download the TestFlight App to your device from the Apps page on the web browser of your device. If you receive a build notification from a developer, you will also be prompted to install the TestFlight App before you can download and install the build.
NOTE: The TestFlight App should work on Android devices running OS 2.0.1 or greater.
To learn which permissions the TestFlight Android app requires, please see the article here.
Once you open the TestFlight App on your device, you will be prompted to login.
After you login with your username and password, your Android device will be associated with your TestFlight account.
You can check to see if your device is connected by selecting the nav.
Or by going to Settings > Devices.
NOTE: To remove a device from your account, you will either need to logout of the App and sign in with a different user or go to the device's page under your account settings here.
PROTIP: All of your Apps that are enabled for your account will show up under 'All Apps' (Android/iOS) and iOS apps can never be enabled for Android.
Some of the things you are able to do with the Android app are:
- Manage your account settings.
- See which teams you are a member.
- Control which apps you see enabled for your account.
Most of the functionality of the TestFlight Android app is the same as the iOS webclip, without the added need to use a web browser to have the mobile functionality.
NOTE: You will need to have 'Unknown Sources' checked from Settings > Security on your device, before you can download apps from TestFlight.
If you are having trouble with downloading apps from TestFlight or troubles with the app, please see the article here.
To learn about the differences between Android and iOS, please see the article here.