Apple announced today that developers can purchase subscriptions to Xcode Cloud, a continuous integration and delivery service integrated into the Xcode application. Apple designed Xcode Cloud to provide cloud-based tools for developers to build apps, run automated tests, deliver apps to testers, and manage user feedback.

Xcode Cloud has been available to all developers since June after several months of beta testing, but subscriptions could not be purchased until now. Developers can choose from a total of four monthly plans, which vary based on the total number of compute hours needed.

25 hours of computing per month is free now, but later will cost $15 per month. 100 computer hours per month are priced at $50/month, 250 compute hours per month are priced at $100/month, and 1000 compute hours per month are priced at $400/month.

Apple says developers can get started by setting up a workflow in Xcode and will receive 25 hours of compute per month at no charge until the end of 2023. As mentioned above, the price for this plan will be $15 per month. end of the introductory period.

A compute hour is an hour used to perform a task in the cloud, such as building an application or running tests. Compute Hours usage can be tracked in App Store Connect and the Apple Developer app. Additional information can be found at Apple’s Xcode Cloud website.

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