Binance Ios Beta

Are you excited to be among the first to try the latest features of Binance on your iOS device? Well, you’re in luck! In this article, we will guide you on how to install and test the Binance iOS beta app. So, let’s get started!

Installing and Testing Beta Apps

Each Binance beta build is available for testing for up to 90 days from the day it is uploaded by the developer. You can easily keep track of the remaining testing period under the app name in TestFlight. TestFlight will notify you whenever a new beta build is available, providing you with detailed instructions on what you need to test. Moreover, with TestFlight 3 or later, you can enable automatic updates to have the latest beta builds installed automatically.

Once the testing period ends, you will no longer be able to access the beta build. To continue using Binance, simply download or purchase the app from the App Store. During beta testing, in-app purchases are free of charge, but please note that any in-app purchases made during testing will not carry over to the App Store version.

Pro Tip: To ensure a seamless experience, you can turn on “Additional In-App Content” in your App Store settings for iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices running iOS 16, iPadOS 16, or macOS 13. This will enable automatic download of in-app content and assets in the background once a beta app is installed.

Installation

Getting started with the Binance iOS beta app is a breeze. All you need to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Install TestFlight on the iOS or iPadOS device that you will be using for testing. You can find TestFlight on the App Store.
  2. Accept your email invitation or click on the public link invitation to install the beta app.
  3. You can install the beta app on up to 30 devices, so feel free to explore and test it out.

Note: If you are using a Managed Apple ID, please be aware that it cannot be used for testing builds.

Testing the Beta App

Now that you have successfully installed the Binance iOS beta app, let’s move on to testing it. Here’s how to get started based on your device:

iOS or iPadOS

  1. Install TestFlight on the iOS or iPadOS device you will be using for testing.
  2. Open your email invitation and tap on “View in TestFlight” or tap the public link on your device.
  3. As a new tester, tap “Accept” for the app you wish to test.
  4. Tap “Install” to install the app on your device.
  5. If you are a returning tester, simply tap “Update” or “Open.”

Pro Tip: If you are testing an iOS app that includes an iMessage app, you can launch the beta app from the Home Screen. On the other hand, if you are testing an app exclusively for iMessage or a sticker pack, launch it from within the Messages app.

macOS

  1. Install TestFlight on your Mac for testing the Binance macOS app.
  2. Open your email invitation and click on “View in TestFlight” or click the public link on your Mac.
  3. If you are a new tester, click “Accept.”
  4. Click “Install” to install the app on your device.
  5. If you are a returning tester, simply click “Update” or “Open.”

tvOS

For testing the Binance beta app on your Apple TV, follow these steps:

  1. Install TestFlight on your Apple TV.
  2. Open your email invitation on a mobile device or computer.
  3. Tap or click on “View in TestFlight.” You will be directed to a web page with a redemption code.
  4. Open TestFlight on your Apple TV.
  5. Go to the “Redeem” section and enter the redemption code.

Pro Tip: If you prefer to use a public link for testing the Binance beta app on your Apple TV, make sure you have TestFlight installed on an iOS or iPadOS device and an Apple TV signed in to the same App Store account. Tap the public link on your device, accept the app you want to test, and then install it on your Apple TV through TestFlight.

watchOS

To test the Binance beta app on your Apple Watch, follow these steps:

  1. Install TestFlight on the iOS device paired with your Apple Watch.
  2. Open your email invitation and tap on “View in TestFlight” or tap the public link on your iOS device.
  3. If you are a new tester, tap “Accept.”
  4. If you are testing an app exclusively for Apple Watch, tap “Install” from the Apps list.
  5. If the app is an iOS app that includes an Apple Watch app, install the iOS app first. Then, go to the App Details page and install, update, or open the Apple Watch app if it is available and compatible with your device.

Managing Automatic Updates

To ensure you always have the latest beta builds of Binance, TestFlight offers the option of automatic updates. Here’s how you can manage this feature based on your device:

iOS or iPadOS

  1. Open TestFlight and tap on “Settings” in the top right corner.
  2. Select “Automatic Updates for New Apps.”
  3. Toggle the switch to turn automatic updates on or off.

macOS

  1. Open TestFlight and click on “Preferences” from the TestFlight menu.
  2. Under the “General” tab, select “Automatic Updates for New Apps.”

tvOS

  1. Open TestFlight and click on the “Settings” tab at the top.
  2. Select “Automatic Updates.”
  3. Toggle the switch to turn automatic updates on or off.

watchOS

  1. Open TestFlight and go to your profile by touching the bottom left corner.
  2. Under “App Settings,” touch “Automatic Updates for New Apps” to enable or disable the feature.

Pro Tip: If you wish to change the automatic update settings on an individual basis for specific beta apps, you can do so within the app’s page in TestFlight.

Testing Previous Builds

If you wish to test previous versions of Binance or explore different build groups, TestFlight makes it easy. Here’s how to access and test previous builds:

  1. Open TestFlight and go to the app’s page.
  2. Tap on “Previous Builds” or “Versions and Build Groups” (if using Xcode Cloud).
  3. Select the desired build from the versions or build groups and install it for testing. This build will replace the currently installed version.

Did you know? When you accept a TestFlight invitation through a public link, the developer won’t be able to see your name and email address. However, they will have access to valuable information such as the number of sessions, crashes, installation date, and the latest installed version.

That’s it, folks! Now you are ready to dive into the world of Binance on your iOS device. Enjoy testing the beta app and let us know if you have any questions or feedback. Happy trading!

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