Migrating from TestFlight to TestFairy: FAQ

Where can I find the TestFairy SDK?

TestFairy does not require any integration or any SDK. All you need to do is upload your APK and invite your testers.

 

Does TestFairy have an app?

Yes. TestFairy has an app, you can download it from here.

 

Does TestFairy have an API?

Yes, TestFairy has an API, you can read about it here and see a sample of an upload script here

 

Does TestFairy have a Gradle plugin?

Yes, our Gradle plugin is available on our github.

 

Can I control who has permission to download my app?

Yes. You can set your project to work in ‘strict mode’ which means that only users that were invited to use your app will be able to download it. On the first invitation, the user will need to choose a password for his account, and after that the user will be required to enter his password before downloading new apps. When working in strict mode, users will also be limited to specific versions of your app, as defined by you.

 

How can I migrate my testers from TestFlight to TestFairy?

This is very easy. In your TestFlight account, go to People,  select all users, and on the right side, click on Actions -> Export contact Info

In your TestFairy account, go to Testers, click on the Import button, and upload the file you exported from TestFlight.

 

How do I register a device?

There is no need to register devices in TestFairy. All you need to do is upload your apk and invite your testers. Once your user starts using the app, their device will be registered automatically.

 

Can I have multiple users on my TestFairy account?

Yes. multiple users is part of our enterprise package, you can read more about it here.

 

Is TestFairy really better than TestFlight?

Well, to be honest it is hard to compare. In addition to everything that TestFlight did, TestFairy also provides video capture of every test, cpu and memory tracking, coverage reports, heatmaps, JIRA integration, raw data APIs and a lot more. So, actually it is not so hard to compare. Yes. TestFairy is better. Here is why.

 

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