MIT App Inventor for iOS Beta Testing
The MIT App Inventor team is delighted to announce that we’ve passed a major milestone on the way to providing App Inventor for iOS.
Apple accepted MIT App Inventor for iOS into the TestFlight beta testing program this week.
This lets us begin beta testing with small groups of users. We have already sent out invitations to our first group of beta testers.
Apple’s requirements limit the number of beta testers we can work with, and we need to register the iOS devices in the test program. So we’re able at this stage to invite only small numbers of users who will commit to sending us feedback and bug reports. We will be expanding the testing program over the spring and we hope of getting to full public release this summer.
Use this form to indicate your interest in beta testing MIT App Inventor for iOS.
Your email address will only be used to add you to the MIT App Inventor for iOS beta testing group on Apple TestFlight if you are accepted into the beta testing program.
Number of Years Using App Inventor
Mentor (Technovation, etc.)
MIT App Inventor Master Trainer
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Number of Students (Teachers only)
What will you do with MIT App Inventor for iOS?
MIT App Inventor has been used to build a range of interesting, impactful projects for people and their communities. How are you planning to use MIT App Inventor for iOS?
Previous Testing Experience
If you have any previous experience evaluating test software, App Inventor or otherwise, please describe your experience here.
MIT App Inventor for iOS runs on iOS 9 and higher (some functionality will only be available on later versions). Please indicate which version(s) of iOS you are using on the devices indicated above.
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Which browser do you typically use to develops apps on the App Inventor website?
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If you use App Inventor for Android today, how do you typically perform your live development?
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App Inventor emulator
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