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Lessons from Apple's WatchOS 2 Delays & iOS 9 Bugs

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Apple’s latest and greatest mobile operating system, iOS 9, launched to much fanfare Wednesday. Missing was the newest software for the Apple Watch, leaving users hoping to take advantage of native apps on their wrist, waiting for a bit longer. They took the unprecedented step (for Apple) of admitting Read more »

Vetting testers with the Blockchain

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Our clients’ products are the heart and souls of their business. They are the culmination of untold amounts of investment of both time and money. One of the most frequent pre-sales questions we get from clients is how we perceive the risks of asking crowd-based testers to test their pre-release Read more »

A brief history of iOS beta testing

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Apple’s App Store revolutionized the way consumers and companies purchase software. Unlike platforms before it, all iOS software is sold in one place, under one roof. Apple’s review and approval process for the App Store gives customers piece of mind that the apps they’re downloading meet some Read more »

Crowdsourced Testing for Apple TestFlight

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Today, we’re pleased to announce the launch and immediate availability of Pay4Bugs integration with Apple TestFlight. This makes Pay4Bugs the first and only crowdsourced app testing service to support iOS 8’s new beta testing program. For less than half the cost of an iPhone 6, we give companies Read more »

A Fortune 100 sized product trap.

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Recently the book “Traction” made it into my reading list following a recommendation from many friends in the start-up community, and Pay4Bugs co-founder Larry. In one of the early chapters, Gabriel Weinberg talks about the “Product Trap”, where developers pick up a “if you build it, they will come” mentality, Read more »