A standard subscription costs about one hour of wages for a software engineer per month.
Any project released under an OSI-approved license can use Conveyor gratis.
$45 / month
Three apps included.
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How do I purchase?
Just start building. Packages that update from localhost are free. Once you set your update site URL to a non-localhost address you'll be issued with license keys and a link to pay at. This lets you experiment and work in parallel to payments being made.
How quickly does it pay off?
If you earn an average US software engineer salary then each hour you save is worth over a month of subscription. Our existing customers often find themselves saving weeks relative to what they were previously trying with flaky, poorly documented and platform specific deployment tooling.
What's the definition of an app?
Conveyor defines an app as a stream of software updates distributed from a single repository/download site URL. Because the packages for each platform are distributed from the same download site, an app that supports Windows/Mac/Linux is counted as one app. However different streams of updates (e.g. main/beta/canary) require different sites and therefore are counted as separate apps.
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