Yes, just do exactly like you did when you added the device in the first place. If the device is already added to your account, its info will be updated.
No, developers can choose if the beta test should be public or private. If private, the developer invites testers via email.
Yes! Developers want the best testers to test their app, and many offers a reward. Look for the dollar sign after the app icon to see how much the reward is for a particular app.
After reading a test report, the developer can rate it. Your average rating will be visible to developers when they choose beta testers, hence, a good rating increases your chance to test future applications.
We validate the app files automatically, but we cannot give a 100% guarantee that they aren't broken and don't contain viruses. If you find something strange with an application you've downloaded, please contact us immideately.
This is because you haven't added a device the developer is asking for. You can see what kind of device with what kind of system you need to beta test the app under 'Works on' on the app page.
Sign in and click the button "Add device", select iOS or Android and insert you device details. iOS users must insert an UDID-number, read below how to find your UDID-number.
When the developer uploads an app and starts the test you will receive an email with a link to our mobile website m.thebetafamily.com. Open this email in your iOS or Android device, and you will access the download link. Click download and the app will be installed on your device.
Today we support beta testing for iOS and Android.
Your iOS device (Android does not use UDID) has an Unique Device Identifier, called UDID. This is a sequence of 40 letters and numbers which is specific to your device.
Why do we need your UDID Number? All UDIDs need to be in the application file to be able to install it. The developer will insert your UDID in the application for you.
How do I find my UDID number? When adding your device to TBF, the UDID it will automatically we saved to your profile. If you would like to add it manually we recommend the app Ad Hoc Helper the app will start your e-mail client an show your device information and UDID. Send this mail to yourself and copy and paste it when you add a device on TBF.
Make sure the checkbox "Unknown sources" is checked in your settings on your Android device. Go to Settings >> Applications >> Unknown sources.
When you have earned $50 or more you can request a payment. A payment is normally proceed within 30 days.
Go to your profile page > Profile Settings > Privacy setting.
Yes, we have a setting for that. Go to Profile > Profile Settings > Privacy settings and and uncheck "I want to be invited to new tests" or change the minimum amount you would like to get for testing new apps.