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Apple reportedly snaps up TestFlight parent Burstly, amid product shutdowns

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Burstly, the operator of the SkyRocket ad service and owner of Testflight, has reportedly been acquired by Apple.

This news comes amid a series of confusing product shutdowns by Burstly, including Testflight’s Android offering.

Originally acquired by Burstly in March 2012, Testflight’s developer services include beta testing, crash reporting and analytics. At the time of Testflight’s acquisition, it served 70,000 developers and hosted 130,000 apps.

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