Appetize.io provides dedicated in-browser iOS simulators. Users can customize the type of device being simulated (iPhone or iPad) as well as its scale, orientation, and color. The Appetize.io API allows users to upload apps for testing or to update apps that they previously uploaded. Before uploading an app, users will need to create a simulator build, compress their .app folder into a ZIP file, and upload that ZIP file to a publicly accessible web server.
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