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Apple on Tuesday issued a beta version of TestFlight for Mac, bringing the app beta testing platform to macOS for the first time.
Announced in a post to Apple's developer portal, the availability of TestFlight beta 3.2 allows developers to seed beta apps to other registered developers who are also running TestFlight for Mac.
Developers using the first TestFlight version on macOS Monterey beta 5 or earlier will need to quit the beta version of their native Mac app before updating it, as the current system does not include prompts to do so, Apple says. VoiceOver is also not fully functional in the latest version of the software.
TestFlight for Mac was first announced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June.