As part of WWDC 2022 this week, Apple announced that Xcode Cloud is now available for all registered Apple Developers after nearly a year of beta testing.

Xcode Cloud is a continuous integration and delivery service integrated into the Xcode application. Apple says the service is designed to “accelerate the development and delivery of high-quality apps by bringing together cloud-based tools that help you build apps, run parallel automated tests, deliver apps to testers and to view and manage user feedback”.

Xcode Cloud is available in Xcode version 13.4.1 and Xcode 14 beta, and it’s also integrated with App Store Connect and works with TestFlight.

Starting this summer, Apple says developers will be able to subscribe to one of four monthly plans for Xcode Cloud, depending on how many hours of compute you need. Pricing starts at $14.99 for 25 hours of compute per month, but Apple says it all Developer Program Members will receive the 25-hour subscription plan free of charge until the end of 2023.

More details are available on the Xcode CloudPage on Apple’s website.

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