For iOS- Once you’ve signed up, you will need to wait for your registration confirmation. You will receive an email invitation from TestFlight for Robo 3D Beta once the process is complete. Then you will be able to download the Robo beta app through the TestFlight app.
For Android- You only need to sign up if you’d like an email announcement from Robo every time a new version becomes available. The beta version of the app is publicly available on Google Play.
For iOS - Download TestFlight on your device and redeem the invitation code that you received in your email from TestFlight. The Robo 3D Beta app will appear within the TestFlight app. Install the Robo beta app to start testing! You can find more details like change notes and what to test for when you click on the Robo app inside TestFlight.
For Android - Follow this link to become a tester and download the beta version on Google Play. You must be logged into a Gmail or G Suite account to become a tester and install the app. You’ll find notes on what’s new in the Google Play store listing. If there is currently a beta version running in the Play store, it will be listed with (Beta) in the title.
The iOS and Android public beta app comes with a built-in “Report an Issue” feature, which can be found in the app menu. When you come across an issue that needs addressing, please report it through this feature. To help us better understand and identify the issue, please provide as much detail as possible.
In order to improve the quality and performance of its software and services, the iOS and Android public beta automatically sends anonymous diagnostic and usage data to Robo. This includes information about crashes, freezes, and how you use Robo software, hardware, and services.
You can share additional comments on Robo products in our Customer Feedback Repository on GitHub.