The entire process of building and distributing apps for the app store has always been somewhat painful. Things have gotten considerably better since the early times with improvements from Apple, and knowledge about the build process being shared amongst developers.
Something that has made things even more painful is distributing ad hoc test apps to those who may not be very tech savvy. Even though it was supposed to be as simple as getting the UDID and dragging the created beta app in iTunes occasionally you would run into errors that would make the whole process a nightmare.
In a more recent version of the SDK the ability to distribute beta apps easily, and wirelessly was added. This requires the creation of some files which are uploaded to your web server, and can get someone tedious.
Fortunately, Hunter at Hanhor LLC has generously distributed their beta builder which easily builds all the files required for distribution, and can even zip things up neatly.
You can read more about it and download the iOS Beta Builder here:
Introducing iOS Beta Builder
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