A standard subscription costs about one day of wages for a software engineer per year and entitles you to free support.
It's free for open source projects.
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Open source

Any project released under an OSI-approved license can use Conveyor gratis.


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Support and updates are included during the subscription period.

per block of 3 apps

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Unlimited projects.
Full source code access.
Modify the product as you see fit for private usage.


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The Source plan but with the ability to resell your changed version as a SaaS.

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How do I purchase?

Just start building. You can make packages that update from a localhost server for free. Once you set your update site URL in 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?

Very quickly! After only one working day you've probably spent more on software engineering wages than a standard license. It will certainly take more time than that to do packaging by hand over the lifetime of your project, and that's ignoring the opportunity cost of features you could have been adding instead.

(calculation: average hourly rate in the USA = $35 * 8 hour day * 2 for full cost loading = $560)

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, one app that supports Windows/Mac/Linux is counted as one app. Different streams of updates (channels, e.g. main/beta/canary) require different sites and therefore are counted as separate apps. Each app can have one GUI icon launcher and zero or more auxiliary command line launchers and thus the Conveyor definition is intended to closely match the definition of app used by end users.

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