Bitrise creates a new Virtual Machine for each of your builds. The actual hardware is maintained by us which means no more Mac Minis under the table.
Configure your Bitrise workflows through the YML, build or customize steps and store them privately, insert custom code or use the extensive Bitrise API to build deep, custom integrations.
Use your favorite tools for building, testing and deployment, out of the box. If you can’t find it, write it, it’s open-source.
Use our default setups and reduce countless hours of setup and maintenance to a click and a handful of variables. We keep track of updates too so your build won’t fail.
Run your UI tests and Unit tests using our testing Steps and view the results of your tests in one place, in an easy to read format.
Use the latest developer tools for your app, including betas. The newest Xcode version is usually available within 24-48 hours.
The Velocity plan is for teams that need additional flexibility, capacity or performance. Build when you want, how you want: there are virtually no restrictions on the minimum or maximum parallel builds and the virtual machines available are faster than those offered on our other plans. Plans are usage based, providing you with credits you can use to select the right machine type per workflow.
On the Velocity plan, you can choose from 3 machine types (Standard, Elite, and Elite XL) for each of your builds.
Linux (Ubuntu) Virtual Machines
macOS Virtual Machines
One concurrency = one build at a time
This means that if you trigger 5 builds simultaneously, while you only have a single concurrency available, you’ll have to wait for each one to finish before the next one can start. However, if you have 5 concurrencies, the builds will run in parallel. On Org plans, concurrencies are limited to 10. If you need more, talk to us about the Velocity plan.
To keep builds from unintentionally running indefinitely, and locking up your concurrencies or using up your build minutes, build fails after a certain amount of time. On Velocity plan this limit can be up to 4 hours, which should allow for even the biggest, most complex builds to finish.
The Hobby plan is free. Forever. No strings attached, no credit card needed.
On a credit-based plan, you can run up to 90 builds in parallel, with a build time limit of 90 minutes, until you use up your free credit bundle. Read more
On the old, concurrency based plan, we give you 1 concurrency with 30 mins/build timeout and you can run 200 builds a month. You can also invite someone to work on your app.
All Bitrise accounts come with community support: ask questions and answer fellow developers' on our Discuss page or Slack channel. In addition to this, ticket-based email support is available for 2 weeks during Trial and later for our paid plans only.
Customers on the Velocity plan will gain access to a customer success manager and a technical account manager ensuring that they get the most out of Bitrise.
Premium support also includes: ticket SLAs, dedicated Slack channels, Bitrise optimization sessions, where we optimize your WFs.
Subscribe to one of our Org plans and cancel the Solo Developer plan if you don’t need it any longer.
• As developers, we appreciate your effort towards the developer community, so we provide extra benefits for each of the public apps you create. Get a free concurrency and 45 mins extra build time for each of your public projects automatically.
• If you are happy to contribute to Bitrise, we have an offer for you. Get the Developer plan for $20/month if you contribute to any of the open-source parts of Bitrise.
• If you are eager to learn, we are happy to contribute. Get the Developer plan for $20/month if you are a student with an active semester.