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Ready to take your remote UX testing to the mobile space? The articles below will teach you everything about Userlytics’ mobile testing functionality – iOS testing, Android testing, prototype testing, and more.

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How to Test a Testflight Prototype Inviting Userlytics testers to Testflight is very easy. All you have to do is use a public link to do this. Please go to App Store Connect: Then click on My Apps and then on the app you want to test.
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How to Launch a Userlytics Test on iOS: for External Participants Userlytics allows testers the flexibility to take fun, easy, and PAID usability tests right from their mobile phones. Whether you’re an iOS user or an Android user, getting started with mobile
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How to test an apk file in Userlytics? To test an APK file in Userlytics you must upload it to a hosting platform such as Google drive (recommended) and copy the public URL. Let's see an example on how to do it in
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Userlytics allows testers the flexibility to take fun, easy, and PAID usability tests right from their mobile phones. Whether you’re an iOS user or an Android user, getting started with mobile testing on the Userlytics mobile app is quick and simple! Below,
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Userlytics’ advanced UX testing platform allows you to test your mobile app with target customers to ensure it is well designed, efficient, and meeting your customers’ needs. There are two different ways to conduct a user study of your mobile app on
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With Userlytics, a single Quantitative test can be completed by participants from desktops, laptops, mobile phones, or tablets, instead of just one type of device per test, creating a more simple and seamless remote testing experience. Below, we’ll go over how to

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