After running Beta versions of Codebook you will eventually wish to switch back to the official Public Release versions, either because the test is over, or you want to stop receiving beta updates (understandable, they are experimental after all!) Customers on iOS are encouraged to switch to the Public Release when a Beta test concludes, as TestFlight betas expire after 90 days.
Please send us an email letting us know you'd like to stop receiving beta updates. We will remove you from our internally managed list of testers and ensure you are removed from the Beta announcements mailing list as well.
Because the manner of distributing beta tests varies by operating system, we have prepared separate instructions and information for each.
When switching from Beta back to Public releases and updates, please be sure to do so on each operating system you use.
Public Release updates are not available on the Codebook page in Google Play until you leave the Beta program:
While TestFlight can install beta updates automatically, it does not provide the official public release of a version that we've finished testing. Instead, download it directly from the App Store:
If you do not wish to receive future beta updates as they become available:
The release version of Codebook for macOS is distributed directly to beta testers when testing for an update has ended and it is released to the public. However, you may still wish to only be notified of public updates in the future (i.e. turn off notifications to install beta updates).
The release version of Codebook for Windows is distributed directly to beta testers when testing for an update has ended and it is released to the public. However, you may still wish to only be notified of public updates in the future (i.e. turn off notifications to install beta updates).
If you find yourself having unintentionally upgraded to a Beta version of Codebook on one of your devices, you may find that it is unable to Sync with your other copies of Codebook. This is because some Beta updates adjust the structure of Codebook's data and an upgrade is required to stay compatible for Sync. While it may be tempting to downgrade that device to the current Public Release, we tend to discourage it in favor of updating all your devices to the latest Beta version. That said, if you wish (or need) to downgrade anyway, please get in touch with us so we can help you with the process.