What is the AdHoc version? (Native plans only)
The Ad-Hoc version is the exact replica of the app that will be published to the store.
You can download this version directly to your device.
This is the version you should use to test before submitting the final version of the app to the store for review.
It is downloaded from either a link we provided in the backend or from the My GB app after the app is generated.
What is it for?
This version allows you to test all the features of the app that you could not test on the MY GB app such as the Push notification, Submit section, beacons, etc…
It is a great way to showcase the native version of your app with anyone you would want to test the app.
If you are building this app for a client you should use this version to have them test and get approval of the app before publishing it to the store.
For Android anyone can download the ad-hoc version and test if you give them the link to download the app.
For IOS the UDID of the device needs to be registered in the ad-hoc version for them to be able to download the app to their device.
It is mandatory to build AdHoc version
Building the ad-hoc version is mandatory and it is part of the app building process.
When all the steps necessary outlined here, are completed, you are ready to build your ad-hoc test version of the app. You can refer to these online helps to begin the process.
Features you can only test on AdHoc
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