One of the capabilities of Icenium that makes testing your mobile apps simpler is the ability to deploy applications in development to iOS devices without the need to provision them thought Apple’s developer portal, which requires a $99/year developer account. While getting a device provisioned is not too difficult, coding and testing your app on a device without having to go through that process is certainly easier. As an added benefit, you can share your app with your beta testers easily as well. Of course, eventually you will want to provision a device or two for complete testing (and you need an Apple developer account to publish your app), but that can come later – save the $99 for now.
Icenium Ion is the dev-test utility app that makes testing your app on an unprovisioned iOS device possible. Ion is a container app available through the AppStore that you can load any Icenium project into. To use Ion to test your app, simply follow the steps below.
You can also use Icenium Graphite to deploy your project to an unprovisioned iOS device.
Once you go through this you will see this is a quick easy way to get your application on to your iOS devices. You can even copy the image of the QR Codes and email them to testers of your application for wider testing.
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