The plugin works on Android Studio and IntellijIDEA and lets you store multiple teams and distribution lists for each team so you won’t need to browse to testflight website every time you want to upload a new android build. The plugin will also save the path to your apk file so basically after you make the first setup, next uploads you will just have to select the saved team and distribution lists and add the build changes text and your build is ready for testing :).
The plugin name is TF Uploader and you can install it either directly from jetbrains repository from the IDE settings -> plugins or you can download it from here and install it manually from IDE -> settings -> plugins.
If you like it, please vote it and also please let me some impressions here, it will help me do it better.
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