- SDK Version: 3.1.2
- Platforms(Android/iOS/web/all): iOS
I recently developed and published this Expo project: https://expo.io/@lincolnb/overboard-client
As you can see, it is publicly viewable by all. Android phones can download and use the app by using the QR code. However, iOS devices can’t seem to view the app by any means at all.
Not only does the QR code not work, as was explained and justified in this blog post, but sending a link via the “Request a link” box in the right sidebar doesn’t work either; I put in a variety of phone numbers and email addresses but none of my friends received anything, not in their junk folders or anywhere else.
And to top it off, when I send them the link myself and they open it directly, they get this error message: “The experience you requested is not visible by you. You will need to log in or ask the owner to grant you access.”
Why is the experience not visible to them? Do they need to create Expo accounts to view the project? Is there something else I need to do? I thought that when I published the project and made it public, that anyone would be able to view it. It is extra confusing because like I mentioned at the beginning, everything works just fine on Android.
How can I make my project visible to iOS users?