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Upload your app

There are several ways in which you can upload your latest build for testing. We suggest that you set up your CI/CD to upload the latest build to MoQuality, but you can also manually upload it from our dashboard. The CI/CD integration page shows you how to set up your Bitrise or CircleCI jobs to upload to MoQuality.

Uploading from dashboard

You can upload an app in any MoQuality project. After creating a project, you will see the "Add App" button. You can drag an Android APK or iOS IPA here.

If you have an iOS .app image of your app, you can directly convert it to an IPA. Follow the instructions in Compile your App to learn how to do that.

Uploading using CLI

You can also upload your app using our command-line interface based on node.
The MoQuality CLI can be installed using npm.

npm install -g @moquality/mq

After you install the CLI, you can set up your API key. You can find your API key in your accounts page. Then set up the MQ_APIKEY environment variable and upload the app.

export MQ_APIKEY=<api_key>
mq upload --project <project_id> --upload </path/to/app.apk>

The project_id can be found in the Project Settings page of your project.

Upload using CI/CD

You can set up your Bitrise, CircleCI, Jenkins or fastlane workflows to use our command-line tool and upload your app directly to MoQuality. Check out the detailed documentation with examples in the Integrations CI/CD document.

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