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Get your developed app installed on iOS devices without using iTunes

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Getting your developed application onto a iOS device without using iTunes via OTA or Over The Air.

These examples assume you are: a) a registered developer with Apple, b) deveoping code using XCode IDE and c) you will be signing your app. If any one of these are not true then sorry you must look else where for information.

Well publishing in the App Store is one way. But in my case this is an app still in development.

This method Apple refers to as "Ad Hoc Distribution" method. Only they expect you to install the application via iTunes. I wanted a faster way to install my application to my devices without having to sync each time I make a change with iTunes.

Then I found this solution solution which seems to work.

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