Apple has today pushed an update to its TestFlight beta testing application. This brings the app version to 2.0.1 and includes a handful of new features.

The update raises the cellular download limit from 100MB to 150MB, bringing it to parity with the App Store, which made the change in September of 2017.

Other smaller changes include support for the Smart Invert Colors accessibility feature which was introduced last year alongside iOS 11 and a new 3D Touch peek gesture that shows “What to Test” information. It also includes small bug fixes and UI improvements.

  • This update includes support for Smart Invert Colors and a revised 3D Touch peek view that includes “What to Test”.
  • The cellular data limit is now 150MB, increased from 100MB.
  • Small bug fixes and other UI improvements were made.

TestFlight can be downloaded from the App Store for free.

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