What is Visual Studio App Center?
Automate the lifecycle of your iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS apps. Connect your repo and within minutes build in the cloud, test on thousands of real devices, distribute to beta testers and app stores, and monitor real-world usage with crash and analytics data. All in one place.
Visual Studio App Center is a tool in the Continuous Integration category of a tech stack.
Who uses Visual Studio App Center?
11 companies reportedly use Visual Studio App Center in their tech stacks, including partipost, BeachBody, and Openfit.
19 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Visual Studio App Center.
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