Ather App beta 3.6.1 - iOS and Android

Hey folks!

We’re rolling out the beta version for the Ather App v3.6.1. Let’s face it, ride statistics are great to show off those amazing rides with the highest range for some, and rides with a good average speed for many. Whichever flavour you like, sharing ride statistics involved extra steps, like hiding your location and cropping that screen shot.

Now, you can share your ride statistics straight from the Ather App, and it’ll generate an image you can share on social media. So go ahead, sign up for the beta program if you want to test this early, and share your feedback.

Oh, don’t forget to share some of your great rides on twitter! Use #MyAtherRide, and we’ll retweet your rides!

How to install:



To get the beta version of an app you have to have the public version installed. To check if an app has a beta version available:

  1. Open the Google Play Store.
  2. Search for the Ather app and go to the app detail page.
  3. Look to see if the app detail page mentions a beta version. Make sure you scroll down as this information could be at the bottom of the page.
  4. If it’s available, tap Join

If you’re on iOS, you can sign up for our Testflight beta with the above link:

  1. Download the Testflight app first, then click on the link above to enroll for the beta.
  2. Download the app through Testflight and login with your Ather credentials.

To leave a beta:


If you want to use the production version of the Ather app, you have to leave the beta program, uninstall the app, and reinstall the production version.

To leave a beta program:

  1. Open the Google Play Store
  2. Find the app you want to leave.
  3. Tap the app to open the detail page for the app.
  4. Scroll down to find the section on beta testing.
  5. Tap Leave and then Leave.
  6. Uninstall the app.
  7. Reinstall the app. If you don’t uninstall and reinstall the app, it may update when the public version of the app is updated.

Note: if you leave an early access or beta program, your space will open up and someone else may take it. You are not guaranteed to be able to get your space back later.


On iOS, open the Test Flight app, click on the app you signed up for, scroll down and select “Stop Testing”.


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