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Your Privacy and Data

Apple retains TestFlight data for one year. To view and manage your data with Apple, including your data that is sent to Apple through TestFlight, visit Data and Privacy. For more information about how the developer handles your data, consult their privacy policy. To request access to or deletion of your TestFlight data, contact the developer directly.

Information shared by using TestFlight

Data Description
Email Address The email address with which you were invited to test the app. This may or may not be the same as the Apple ID associated with your device. If you were invited with a public link, your email address is not shared with the developer.
Name Your first and last name as entered by the developer when they invited you to test the app using your email address. If you were invited with a public link, your name is not shared with the developer.
Invitation Type Whether you were invited by email or through a public link.
Status The status of your invitation: Invited, Accepted, or Installed. This status is refreshed when you accept or install a beta build.
Installs The number of times you’ve installed a beta build.
Sessions The number of times you’ve used a beta build.
Crashes The number of crashes per beta build.

Data shared when sending feedback

When you send feedback through TestFlight or send crash reports or screenshots from the beta app, the following additional information is shared. This information is collected by Apple and shared with developers. Apple retains the data for one year.

Data Description
App Name The name of the app you are testing.
App Version The most recent version and build that you have access to. This is the number that displays under the app name in the list of apps in TestFlight.
Installed App Version The version and build you have installed on your device.
Device The model of your device.
iOS Version The version of iOS your device is running.
macOS Version The version of macOS your device is running.
Language Your device language.
Carrier Your wireless service provider.
Time Zone The time zone your device is set to.
Architecture The type of Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your device.
Connection Type Whether you were connected to Wi-Fi, cellular, or not connected at the time that the feedback was sent, and your network type.
Paired Apple Watch The model and watchOS version of the paired Apple Watch, if applicable.
Screenshots The screenshots you shared when providing feedback.
Comments The comments you shared when providing feedback.
App Uptime The length of time the app was open and running at the time the feedback was sent.
Disk Free The amount of disk space you had available when you sent feedback.
Battery Your battery level at the time the feedback was sent.
Screen Resolution The screen resolution of your device.
Crash Logs Symbolicated crash logs. This includes information about how long the app was running before it crashed.

Giving feedback

While testing a beta version of an app or App Clip, you can send the developer feedback about issues you experience, or make suggestions for improvements based on the “What to Test” content. Feedback you submit through TestFlight is also provided to Apple as part of the TestFlight service.

Sending feedback through the TestFlight app

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your device.
  2. From the Apps list, tap the app.
  3. Tap Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the share dialog, tap Include Screenshot to choose a screenshot. If you don’t want to send an attachment, tap Don’t Include Screenshot.
  5. Add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  6. Tap Submit.

For iOS 12.4 or earlier:

For macOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your Mac.
  2. From the Apps list in the sidebar, select the app you want to send feedback for.
  3. Click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the feedback dialog that appears, add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Optionally, attach a screenshot by clicking Attach Screenshot.
  6. Click Submit.

Note: You can drag and drop screenshots into the feedback text field.

Sending feedback through the app

When you take a screenshot while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you can send the screenshot with feedback directly to the developer without leaving the app or App Clip Experience. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your device. For details on how to take screenshots, see Take a screenshot on your iPhone, Take a screenshot on your iPad, and Take a screenshot on your iPod touch.
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your device. Tap the thumbnail and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup. Then tap Done.
  3. Tap Share Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Tap Submit.

For macOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your Mac. For details on how to take screenshots, visit Take a screenshot on your Mac
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-right corner of your Mac. Click the thumbnail to open the Quick Look window and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup.
  3. From the Share menu in the Quick Look window, click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Click Submit.

Sending crash information

If you experience a crash while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you’ll receive an alert asking if you want to send crash details to the developer through TestFlight. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for iOS or iPadOS, tap Share, add any additional comments, then tap Submit.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for macOS, click Report, add any additional comments, then click OK, Send, or Reopen.

Giving feedback

While testing a beta version of an app or App Clip, you can send the developer feedback about issues you experience, or make suggestions for improvements based on the “What to Test” content. Feedback you submit through TestFlight is also provided to Apple as part of the TestFlight service.

Sending feedback through the TestFlight app

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your device.
  2. From the Apps list, tap the app.
  3. Tap Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the share dialog, tap Include Screenshot to choose a screenshot. If you don’t want to send an attachment, tap Don’t Include Screenshot.
  5. Add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  6. Tap Submit.

For iOS 12.4 or earlier:

For macOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your Mac.
  2. From the Apps list in the sidebar, select the app you want to send feedback for.
  3. Click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the feedback dialog that appears, add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Optionally, attach a screenshot by clicking Attach Screenshot.
  6. Click Submit.

Note: You can drag and drop screenshots into the feedback text field.

Sending feedback through the app

When you take a screenshot while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you can send the screenshot with feedback directly to the developer without leaving the app or App Clip Experience. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your device. For details on how to take screenshots, see Take a screenshot on your iPhone, Take a screenshot on your iPad, and Take a screenshot on your iPod touch.
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your device. Tap the thumbnail and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup. Then tap Done.
  3. Tap Share Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Tap Submit.

For macOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your Mac. For details on how to take screenshots, visit Take a screenshot on your Mac
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-right corner of your Mac. Click the thumbnail to open the Quick Look window and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup.
  3. From the Share menu in the Quick Look window, click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Click Submit.

Sending crash information

If you experience a crash while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you’ll receive an alert asking if you want to send crash details to the developer through TestFlight. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for iOS or iPadOS, tap Share, add any additional comments, then tap Submit.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for macOS, click Report, add any additional comments, then click OK, Send, or Reopen.

Your Privacy and Data

Apple retains TestFlight data for one year. To view and manage your data with Apple, including your data that is sent to Apple through TestFlight, visit Data and Privacy. For more information about how the developer handles your data, consult their privacy policy. To request access to or deletion of your TestFlight data, contact the developer directly.

Information shared by using TestFlight

Data Description
Email Address The email address with which you were invited to test the app. This may or may not be the same as the Apple ID associated with your device. If you were invited with a public link, your email address is not shared with the developer.
Name Your first and last name as entered by the developer when they invited you to test the app using your email address. If you were invited with a public link, your name is not shared with the developer.
Invitation Type Whether you were invited by email or through a public link.
Status The status of your invitation: Invited, Accepted, or Installed. This status is refreshed when you accept or install a beta build.
Installs The number of times you’ve installed a beta build.
Sessions The number of times you’ve used a beta build.
Crashes The number of crashes per beta build.

Data shared when sending feedback

When you send feedback through TestFlight or send crash reports or screenshots from the beta app, the following additional information is shared. This information is collected by Apple and shared with developers. Apple retains the data for one year.

Data Description
App Name The name of the app you are testing.
App Version The most recent version and build that you have access to. This is the number that displays under the app name in the list of apps in TestFlight.
Installed App Version The version and build you have installed on your device.
Device The model of your device.
iOS Version The version of iOS your device is running.
macOS Version The version of macOS your device is running.
Language Your device language.
Carrier Your wireless service provider.
Time Zone The time zone your device is set to.
Architecture The type of Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your device.
Connection Type Whether you were connected to Wi-Fi, cellular, or not connected at the time that the feedback was sent, and your network type.
Paired Apple Watch The model and watchOS version of the paired Apple Watch, if applicable.
Screenshots The screenshots you shared when providing feedback.
Comments The comments you shared when providing feedback.
App Uptime The length of time the app was open and running at the time the feedback was sent.
Disk Free The amount of disk space you had available when you sent feedback.
Battery Your battery level at the time the feedback was sent.
Screen Resolution The screen resolution of your device.
Crash Logs Symbolicated crash logs. This includes information about how long the app was running before it crashed.

Your Privacy and Data

Apple retains TestFlight data for one year. To view and manage your data with Apple, including your data that is sent to Apple through TestFlight, visit Data and Privacy. For more information about how the developer handles your data, consult their privacy policy. To request access to or deletion of your TestFlight data, contact the developer directly.

Information shared by using TestFlight

Data Description
Email Address The email address with which you were invited to test the app. This may or may not be the same as the Apple ID associated with your device. If you were invited with a public link, your email address is not shared with the developer.
Name Your first and last name as entered by the developer when they invited you to test the app using your email address. If you were invited with a public link, your name is not shared with the developer.
Invitation Type Whether you were invited by email or through a public link.
Status The status of your invitation: Invited, Accepted, or Installed. This status is refreshed when you accept or install a beta build.
Installs The number of times you’ve installed a beta build.
Sessions The number of times you’ve used a beta build.
Crashes The number of crashes per beta build.

Data shared when sending feedback

When you send feedback through TestFlight or send crash reports or screenshots from the beta app, the following additional information is shared. This information is collected by Apple and shared with developers. Apple retains the data for one year.

Data Description
App Name The name of the app you are testing.
App Version The most recent version and build that you have access to. This is the number that displays under the app name in the list of apps in TestFlight.
Installed App Version The version and build you have installed on your device.
Device The model of your device.
iOS Version The version of iOS your device is running.
macOS Version The version of macOS your device is running.
Language Your device language.
Carrier Your wireless service provider.
Time Zone The time zone your device is set to.
Architecture The type of Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your device.
Connection Type Whether you were connected to Wi-Fi, cellular, or not connected at the time that the feedback was sent, and your network type.
Paired Apple Watch The model and watchOS version of the paired Apple Watch, if applicable.
Screenshots The screenshots you shared when providing feedback.
Comments The comments you shared when providing feedback.
App Uptime The length of time the app was open and running at the time the feedback was sent.
Disk Free The amount of disk space you had available when you sent feedback.
Battery Your battery level at the time the feedback was sent.
Screen Resolution The screen resolution of your device.
Crash Logs Symbolicated crash logs. This includes information about how long the app was running before it crashed.

Giving feedback

While testing a beta version of an app or App Clip, you can send the developer feedback about issues you experience, or make suggestions for improvements based on the “What to Test” content. Feedback you submit through TestFlight is also provided to Apple as part of the TestFlight service.

Sending feedback through the TestFlight app

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your device.
  2. From the Apps list, tap the app.
  3. Tap Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the share dialog, tap Include Screenshot to choose a screenshot. If you don’t want to send an attachment, tap Don’t Include Screenshot.
  5. Add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  6. Tap Submit.

For iOS 12.4 or earlier:

For macOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your Mac.
  2. From the Apps list in the sidebar, select the app you want to send feedback for.
  3. Click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the feedback dialog that appears, add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Optionally, attach a screenshot by clicking Attach Screenshot.
  6. Click Submit.

Note: You can drag and drop screenshots into the feedback text field.

Sending feedback through the app

When you take a screenshot while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you can send the screenshot with feedback directly to the developer without leaving the app or App Clip Experience. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your device. For details on how to take screenshots, see Take a screenshot on your iPhone, Take a screenshot on your iPad, and Take a screenshot on your iPod touch.
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your device. Tap the thumbnail and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup. Then tap Done.
  3. Tap Share Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Tap Submit.

For macOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your Mac. For details on how to take screenshots, visit Take a screenshot on your Mac
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-right corner of your Mac. Click the thumbnail to open the Quick Look window and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup.
  3. From the Share menu in the Quick Look window, click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Click Submit.

Sending crash information

If you experience a crash while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you’ll receive an alert asking if you want to send crash details to the developer through TestFlight. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for iOS or iPadOS, tap Share, add any additional comments, then tap Submit.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for macOS, click Report, add any additional comments, then click OK, Send, or Reopen.

Giving feedback

While testing a beta version of an app or App Clip, you can send the developer feedback about issues you experience, or make suggestions for improvements based on the “What to Test” content. Feedback you submit through TestFlight is also provided to Apple as part of the TestFlight service.

Sending feedback through the TestFlight app

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your device.
  2. From the Apps list, tap the app.
  3. Tap Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the share dialog, tap Include Screenshot to choose a screenshot. If you don’t want to send an attachment, tap Don’t Include Screenshot.
  5. Add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  6. Tap Submit.

For iOS 12.4 or earlier:

For macOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your Mac.
  2. From the Apps list in the sidebar, select the app you want to send feedback for.
  3. Click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the feedback dialog that appears, add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Optionally, attach a screenshot by clicking Attach Screenshot.
  6. Click Submit.

Note: You can drag and drop screenshots into the feedback text field.

Sending feedback through the app

When you take a screenshot while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you can send the screenshot with feedback directly to the developer without leaving the app or App Clip Experience. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your device. For details on how to take screenshots, see Take a screenshot on your iPhone, Take a screenshot on your iPad, and Take a screenshot on your iPod touch.
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your device. Tap the thumbnail and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup. Then tap Done.
  3. Tap Share Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Tap Submit.

For macOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your Mac. For details on how to take screenshots, visit Take a screenshot on your Mac
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-right corner of your Mac. Click the thumbnail to open the Quick Look window and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup.
  3. From the Share menu in the Quick Look window, click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Click Submit.

Sending crash information

If you experience a crash while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you’ll receive an alert asking if you want to send crash details to the developer through TestFlight. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for iOS or iPadOS, tap Share, add any additional comments, then tap Submit.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for macOS, click Report, add any additional comments, then click OK, Send, or Reopen.

Giving feedback

While testing a beta version of an app or App Clip, you can send the developer feedback about issues you experience, or make suggestions for improvements based on the “What to Test” content. Feedback you submit through TestFlight is also provided to Apple as part of the TestFlight service.

Sending feedback through the TestFlight app

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your device.
  2. From the Apps list, tap the app.
  3. Tap Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the share dialog, tap Include Screenshot to choose a screenshot. If you don’t want to send an attachment, tap Don’t Include Screenshot.
  5. Add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  6. Tap Submit.

For iOS 12.4 or earlier:

For macOS:

  1. Open the TestFlight app on your Mac.
  2. From the Apps list in the sidebar, select the app you want to send feedback for.
  3. Click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. In the feedback dialog that appears, add your comments (up to 4,000 characters), and optionally enter your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Optionally, attach a screenshot by clicking Attach Screenshot.
  6. Click Submit.

Note: You can drag and drop screenshots into the feedback text field.

Sending feedback through the app

When you take a screenshot while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you can send the screenshot with feedback directly to the developer without leaving the app or App Clip Experience. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

For iOS or iPadOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your device. For details on how to take screenshots, see Take a screenshot on your iPhone, Take a screenshot on your iPad, and Take a screenshot on your iPod touch.
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-left corner of your device. Tap the thumbnail and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup. Then tap Done.
  3. Tap Share Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Tap Submit.

For macOS:

  1. Take a screenshot on your Mac. For details on how to take screenshots, visit Take a screenshot on your Mac
  2. A thumbnail of your screenshot appears in the lower-right corner of your Mac. Click the thumbnail to open the Quick Look window and, if needed, add drawings and text with Markup.
  3. From the Share menu in the Quick Look window, click Send Beta Feedback.
  4. Optionally, you can add comments (up to 4,000 characters), and your email address if you were invited with a public link.
  5. Click Submit.

Sending crash information

If you experience a crash while testing a beta app or beta App Clip, you’ll receive an alert asking if you want to send crash details to the developer through TestFlight. Developers can opt out of receiving this type of feedback, so this option is only available if the developer has it enabled.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for iOS or iPadOS, tap Share, add any additional comments, then tap Submit.

When a crash alert displays for TestFlight for macOS, click Report, add any additional comments, then click OK, Send, or Reopen.

Adding Internal Testers

Now, assign a role for the new user. View the privileges for each role by clicking on See Permissions and choose the appropriate one. You can also choose to either limit access to a single app via the Apps drop-down or leave the default All Apps access.

Creating a new internal beta tester is only the first part of the process. The remaining step is to invite this particular person to test your latest build.

It’s time to enable testing on your app so the tester actually has something to test! :]

Starting Beta Testing

To start beta testing your app, go to the My Apps section on the App Store Connect home page and click your app:

Select the Activity tab. This is where you’ll find the build you uploaded earlier. If it’s still marked as Processing, go make yourself a cup of coffee and come back later. :]

Next, click the TestFlight tab. You may notice a yellow warning sign next to the build you’d like to send to internal testers. If this is the case, click the warning sign and complete the required steps.

Once you’re done, the build status will change to Ready to Test:

Next, click App Store Connect Users from the menu on the left. You’ll see a searchable list of your internal testers. Select the ones you’d like to add as internal testers for this build and click Add.

But first, it’s time to learn how to add external testers.

Testers’ Point of View

This section covers what’s required for your tester to access the available build. It’s wise to be familiar with this part of the process because questions will come up!

Installing TestFlight

Links from both invitations bring the user to TestFlight in the App Store:

The user will download the TestFlight app and launch it.

Redeeming Your App

When a new build is available, or when you add a new tester, the tester receives an invitation to test the build via TestFlight.

Note: If you’re following along in real time, it’s unlikely App Store review has time to approve your build. As such, your app will only be available to internal testers at this point.

After opening the invitation and clicking View in TestFlight, TestFlight will launch and redeem the invitation using the Apple ID currently in use in the TestFlight app.

Then users will see an app preview page. This will show the app icon, build number and the testing information you provided. The screen will look something like this:

After tapping Install, the app will download and appear on the home screen. Now, users can treat it like any other app. It’ll have an orange dot near the name in SpringBoard to show it’s a TestFlight install.

Running the App

When testers first launch the app, they’ll see the same test information screen as before. There’s also a second screen with instructions on how to take a screenshot, along with a link for more information. This is a handy reminder to the tester of what to look for and how to provide feedback.

From now on, whenever a new version of this app is available, users will see a notification from TestFlight. All they need to do is update the app and run the latest version.

Your Privacy and Data

Apple retains TestFlight data for one year. To view and manage your data with Apple, including your data that is sent to Apple through TestFlight, visit Data and Privacy. For more information about how the developer handles your data, consult their privacy policy. To request access to or deletion of your TestFlight data, contact the developer directly.

Information shared by using TestFlight

Data Description
Email Address The email address with which you were invited to test the app. This may or may not be the same as the Apple ID associated with your device. If you were invited with a public link, your email address is not shared with the developer.
Name Your first and last name as entered by the developer when they invited you to test the app using your email address. If you were invited with a public link, your name is not shared with the developer.
Invitation Type Whether you were invited by email or through a public link.
Status The status of your invitation: Invited, Accepted, or Installed. This status is refreshed when you accept or install a beta build.
Installs The number of times you’ve installed a beta build.
Sessions The number of times you’ve used a beta build.
Crashes The number of crashes per beta build.

Data shared when sending feedback

When you send feedback through TestFlight or send crash reports or screenshots from the beta app, the following additional information is shared. This information is collected by Apple and shared with developers. Apple retains the data for one year.

Data Description
App Name The name of the app you are testing.
App Version The most recent version and build that you have access to. This is the number that displays under the app name in the list of apps in TestFlight.
Installed App Version The version and build you have installed on your device.
Device The model of your device.
iOS Version The version of iOS your device is running.
macOS Version The version of macOS your device is running.
Language Your device language.
Carrier Your wireless service provider.
Time Zone The time zone your device is set to.
Architecture The type of Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your device.
Connection Type Whether you were connected to Wi-Fi, cellular, or not connected at the time that the feedback was sent, and your network type.
Paired Apple Watch The model and watchOS version of the paired Apple Watch, if applicable.
Screenshots The screenshots you shared when providing feedback.
Comments The comments you shared when providing feedback.
App Uptime The length of time the app was open and running at the time the feedback was sent.
Disk Free The amount of disk space you had available when you sent feedback.
Battery Your battery level at the time the feedback was sent.
Screen Resolution The screen resolution of your device.
Crash Logs Symbolicated crash logs. This includes information about how long the app was running before it crashed.

Your Privacy and Data

Apple retains TestFlight data for one year. To view and manage your data with Apple, including your data that is sent to Apple through TestFlight, visit Data and Privacy. For more information about how the developer handles your data, consult their privacy policy. To request access to or deletion of your TestFlight data, contact the developer directly.

Information shared by using TestFlight

Data Description
Email Address The email address with which you were invited to test the app. This may or may not be the same as the Apple ID associated with your device. If you were invited with a public link, your email address is not shared with the developer.
Name Your first and last name as entered by the developer when they invited you to test the app using your email address. If you were invited with a public link, your name is not shared with the developer.
Invitation Type Whether you were invited by email or through a public link.
Status The status of your invitation: Invited, Accepted, or Installed. This status is refreshed when you accept or install a beta build.
Installs The number of times you’ve installed a beta build.
Sessions The number of times you’ve used a beta build.
Crashes The number of crashes per beta build.

Data shared when sending feedback

When you send feedback through TestFlight or send crash reports or screenshots from the beta app, the following additional information is shared. This information is collected by Apple and shared with developers. Apple retains the data for one year.

Data Description
App Name The name of the app you are testing.
App Version The most recent version and build that you have access to. This is the number that displays under the app name in the list of apps in TestFlight.
Installed App Version The version and build you have installed on your device.
Device The model of your device.
iOS Version The version of iOS your device is running.
macOS Version The version of macOS your device is running.
Language Your device language.
Carrier Your wireless service provider.
Time Zone The time zone your device is set to.
Architecture The type of Central Processing Unit (CPU) for your device.
Connection Type Whether you were connected to Wi-Fi, cellular, or not connected at the time that the feedback was sent, and your network type.
Paired Apple Watch The model and watchOS version of the paired Apple Watch, if applicable.
Screenshots The screenshots you shared when providing feedback.
Comments The comments you shared when providing feedback.
App Uptime The length of time the app was open and running at the time the feedback was sent.
Disk Free The amount of disk space you had available when you sent feedback.
Battery Your battery level at the time the feedback was sent.
Screen Resolution The screen resolution of your device.
Crash Logs Symbolicated crash logs. This includes information about how long the app was running before it crashed.