Teams plan trial FAQ

As part of our efforts to introduce a credit-based model, we’re now offering a trial on our upcoming Teams plan. Here’s everything you need to know about it!

When will my trial end?

As of now, Teams plan trials are indefinite, there’s no determined timeframe. You can use the Teams plan trial as long as you have credits.

When can I sign up for the full Teams plan?

The full, paid version of the Teams plan is still a work in progress. You can register your interest, and we’ll let you know once we have more news.

What features will the Teams plan have?

The benefits of the Teams plan include:

How do I get credits?

You get 500 credits for the trial. If you run out, we’ll contact you to get your feedback. You can have a short call with our researcher for 300 credits, or answer a few questions in a survey for 100 credits. If you run out of credits again after giving feedback, please contact our Customer Success team, and we’ll be more than happy to help you out.

How do I use my credits?

Just trigger a build! Each build will use a certain amount of credits per minute, depending on the type of stack you use.

Will a build be aborted if I run out of credits?

No, running builds will never be aborted. You can always finish a running build.

How many apps can I have?

On the Teams plan trial, you can have as many apps as you want.

How much build time do I have?

You have a limit of 90 minutes for each build.

Do the different machine types have different credit costs?

Yes. Check out the following table to see the different machine types and their credit cost:

Gen 1 Specs Credit multiplier
macOS Standard macOS VM, 2vCPU, 4GB RAM @2.7GHz 2 credits/min
macOS Elite macOS VM, 4vCPU, 8GB RAM @3.5GHz 4 credits/min
Linux Standard Ubuntu VM, 2vCPU, 7.5GB RAM @2.6GHz 1 credit/min
Linux Elite Ubuntu VM, 4vCPU, 15GB RAM @2.6GHz 2 credits/min
Gen 2 MacOS Specs Credit multiplier
macOS Standard 4vCPU @3.2GHz 19 GB RAM 2 credits/min
macOS Elite 8vCPU @3.2GHz 35 GB RAM 4 credits/min

How many builds can I run at the same time?

You can run 10 builds on macOS stacks and 80 builds on Linux stacks in parallel.