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Airbnb accidentally sent Android users a “test” notification – Digikar

✔️ 2022-08-17 18:25:40 – Paris/France.

Airbnb lit up Android phones around the world with a notification that read: “Test dev”. The apparent gaffe happened early Wednesday morning, and judging by the number of users posting about it on Twitter, it appears that a lot of people received the accidental alert (via 9to5Google).

Although I personally haven’t installed the Airbnb app on my phone, my colleague Cameron Faulkner did, and he received the notification at 3:41 a.m. ET this morning. Tapping on the notification takes you to the Airbnb app but does nothing else.

You may have received this notification if you installed Airbnb on Android.

Screenshot: Cameron Faulkner / The edge

Burger King made a similar mistake last week when it emailed thousands of customers a blank order receipt and said it was due to an internal processing issue. The “Test dev” notification may have been accidentally sent by a developer working on the app, but at least we can say that everything they test at Airbnb probably works.

SOURCE : Digikar

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