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TestFlight age range
Test flight is a great app but I don’t see the point in saying it’s for age’s 4 and up when you have to be 13 to use it i’m a 10-year-old turning 11 this year two more years to go before I can use it but this app is going in the right direction and the wrong direction at the same time for example if I had Snapchat and I want to use the beta and if the age range of Snapchat was 12 and up I would have to be 13 to use the beta now sure time flies by pretty fast but it’s not like 1 million years flies by every minute and it’s such a long wait actually time doesn’t fly by as fast as it seems and I’m not gonna be mean by giving it a one star I’m gonna give it a three star actually wait scratch that four I don’t want to be extremely mean by just putting a one star and then just putting A stupid review I’m just pointing out the obvious Number one: Pointless age ratings rating an app four and up even though you have to be 13 to use it makes no sense it’s also kind of weird that you would rate an app four and up and have to be 13 to use it rate it 13 And then kids will get the point why you have to be 13 in order to use it anyways that’s all I have to say I give credit to you and all the people who made test flight
Cant use on device me and my son share bc he’s 12
Well so much for that.. I tried to use it and it told me I was too young. I’m 30. But I got my son an iPad and we share it for diff things it has a lot of space to keep apps unlike my phone and I can’t do much of anything because somewhere along the lines it found out he’s 12., although I created a whole new Microsoft ID and specifically said it was my birthdate etc. it still found out he’s 12. So this app blocks anyone under 13. Like a lot of apps. But it’s annoying and no one takes into consideration that families share devices. So they still put this age restriction on their apps so if you ever ( I’m guessing set up child screen time) or let you kid have their own Microsoft ID and was honest about their age. Or it somehow found out the person mostly using it is 12….your screwed.. out of a lot.. until that child finally turns 13. I’ve had this problem for years but finally I have 4 more months before the device and age restricted apps..recognizes me as anyone older then 13
First time review Mike Walker
Now that I’ve had a real chance to use the app. I must say it’s nothing short of amazing! If you are a lock integrator and want something that just works, this is it! After getting familiar with all the bells and whistle‘s I’ve come to appreciate Triteq‘s loving care in developing this great product.
Well I’m so glad to see this feature sorry to say it cuts out while using talk to text😔 I love the new features in the update keep up the good work thanks
Iterations Stop Here!
In reality, this Test Flight App is just as bad as the rest of the horrible apps that ended up being downloaded but do not function nor do anything they are advertised to do. Frankly I'd like to know how some of these apps made it into the Microsoft App Store and Google Play Store, are they coming from another App Store and overwriting the Official Apps from displaying. Nobody ever seems to have any answers, nor can correct the many issues that have been submitted to the the various departments. At this juncture I want all my fees refunded and the use of my information stopped as many boundaries have been crossed, and it isn't worth me loosing out on communication, productivity, privacy, nor profitability. Get it together and let's be reasonable, because these games and obvious avoidance of resolutions is sickening.
The entire TestFlight process is difficult to navigate, especially when multiple release candidates are involved (i.e. app updates occur).
When all about s are submitted and testers assigned, email notices are sent immediately, but in reality testers will not see apps in TestFlight until submitted apps have passed Microsoft’s review process (a second email gets sent at this time).
Apps that are updates may not appear if tester is testing previous app candidate.
Resend invite option seems to be unavailable for some users (I haven’t figured out the logic yet).
In summary, TestFlight has a monopoly on Microsoft testing, so we muddle through, but the is so much room for improvements in the use experience that it only warrants 2 stars IMO.
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