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Weet for mobile (beta iOS version)
Weet for mobile (beta iOS version)

Help shape the future of Weet's iOS & Android apps, and get early access and sneak previews of new features! 📲

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Written by Ellen Werle
Updated over a week ago

Does Weet have native apps for iOS and Android?

Both iOS and Android apps for Weet are currently in development. iOS is available in beta, and Android is not yet available. We are working hard on it!

Check out this guide to Weet for mobile (beta iOS version) to be one of the first users to try the beta version of Weet's iOS app!

How to Sign up

Weet iOS beta version:

Like many other apps, Weet’s iOS beta is distributed through TestFlight.

Step 1: Go here to install the TestFlight app on your device.

Step 2: Once the TestFlight app is downloaded, click here to get the Weet app!⁠

Step 3: Enable Automatic Updates by toggling the switch on.

*Note: Apple only allows up to 10,000 people to sign up for a beta app through TestFlight. First come, first served!

How to give feedback for beta iOS app

👉 Prefer a video? We made a quick weet 😎 with this same info!

Option 1: Navigate to your Weet homepage and click on the chat icon in the bottom right corner. You'll instantly be connected with our CS team who would love to hear your thoughts about the app, and any others you may have about Weet!

Option 2: Share an app screenshot via Beta Feedback. Take a screenshot on your iPhone. Select the "Share Beta Feedback" option.

Option 3: Always feel free to leave your feedback on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram!

How to leave the beta

Step 1: In the TestFlight app tap on “Weet Beta,” then scroll to the bottom of the page.

Step 2: Tap the red “Stop testing” button to be removed from the beta.

Becoming a Mobile Beta Tester

Participation is entirely voluntary. Before you sign up, please keep in mind that by accessing and using our beta apps, you are acknowledging and accepting any risks from using an app that has not yet been released to the general public. For example, beta apps can contain more bugs than our publicly available products.

Your decision to participate in beta testing is also subject to any applicable Beta Services terms in your agreements with us. If you’re using the mobile app to access your company’s Weet workspace, you may need to check with your IT department before installing beta software.

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We hope this was helpful! 😀

If you have any questions, please contact us using the chat function on this page and your Weet homepage. 👈

Happy Weeting,

Your Weet team

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