What is User Testing?
When editing a mobile prototype in InVision, you can send out a User Testing link to your tester. When they visit that link on iOS, they'll automatically be taken into the InVision iOS app and the user test will begin.
What is the InVision iOS app?
The InVision iOS is available for both iPhone and iPad that allows you to view and collaborate on your prototypes and view/share Boards on your device quickly and easily. Read and comment on prototypes; reference all your design assets in Boards with a tap; enjoy a faster, higher-fidelity experience online and off; provide feedback directly in-app; and much more.
Installing the InVision iOS app
To get started with the InVision iOS app, you'll need to download the InVision iOS app from the App Store. If you've received a User Testing link, you should automatically be prompted to download the app if it isn't already installed.
After installing, you'll need to login if you're a designer installing the app manually:
Otherwise, you'll be taken to the prototype you've been asked to test if you followed a User Testing link.
GATHERING FEEDBACK WITH A CUSTOM SHARE LINK
Is the User Testing feature only available through the iOS app?
Yes, only the InVision iOS app has the User Testing feature. At this time, that means that Android devices aren't supported by the User Testing beta. Though the InVision iOS app is available for iPad, it doesn't support User Testing at this time.
Do you support Android? What about Windows Phone?
At this time, the User Testing beta is only available on the iPhone and iPad. We don't currently allow User Testing on Android or Windows Phones. Lookback does make available an app for using their service on Android devices that may be of help, but it's not specific to InVision.
Can I interact with my Apple Watch prototype on an Apple Watch?
The InVision iOS app lets you view screens from Apple Watch prototypes on an actual Apple Watch. However, at this time the screens are not interactive and you can only swipe left and right to switch screens.