Since this morning, you probably have detected a few changes in Applivery, most of them related with the analytics and reports. This is because we’ve just release our version 0.9.3 where we have focused in some of your needs and feedback.
Now you will find a new icon on the top right corner of each analytic report that will allow you to download the selected chart in CSV format. Take in mind that you can change the period of the chart and therefore, of the CSV by changing the date range.
We hope you enjoy and find it useful this improvement and help you better understand the analytic data that Applivery provides.
As part of the Android Operative system, there is a restriction that blocks installing applications outside the Google Play Store. If it’s your first time installing an App through Applivery.com, you’re greeted with, “Install blocked. For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from Play Store” message as you try to install. But how do we get there?
To allow app installs from Applivery, follow this steps:
Go to Settings -> Security
Check the option Unknown sources
Tap OK on the prompt message
That’s all, now you can try again to install the Application.
With the release of iOS 9, testers will be required to “trust” your organization’s Apple Enterprise developer certificate, one-time, before running Beta distributions. Testers will see the message “Untrusted Enterprise Developer” when running an app from an untrusted certificate and can trust it by following the steps outlined below on their device.