Normally if I want to see the binary and resources for an app, I connect my iPhone to my Macbook, sync with iTunes, and then all of my apps are in /Users/cybergibbons/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Mobile Applications as .ipa files which I can extract as zips.

I have recently been given access to a beta version of an app via TestFlight. Whilst TestFlight is in the above location, there is no evidence of the beta app.

How do I go about getting the .ipa for the TestFlight app?

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    Have you tried using iFunBox or iTools ? – Yash Sodha Jan 31 '15 at 14:43
  • I have tried the OP's method as well as using iExplorer and had no luck. Using iOS 8.4 JailBroken. iFunBox worked for me. User Applications -> Right Click on App -> Backup to .ipa package. – ethicalhack3r Feb 18 '16 at 14:22

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