Android Support On TestFlight Will Stop In March

Apple’s buyout of Burstly, developers of app testing platform TestFlight, is presumably good news for the founders. But it’s not such good news for developers using the service for Android apps: that option will disappear in March 21.

This isn’t a surprising development; cross-platform is rarely a word in Apple’s vocabulary. Still, it’s disappointing for developers who enjoyed using a tool that ran on both platforms.

TestFlight [via Business Insider]

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