Hosted Continuous Integration for iOS and Mac Login

Never fail a build. Get started in minutes.


  • Based on mature Jenkins server
  • Easy setup of iOS and OS X projects
  • Git, Mercurial and SVN repositories support
  • Automated distribution via TestFlight
  • Manage dependencies using CocoaPods
Plans & Pricing

What's this?

Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates at least daily – leading to multiple integrations per day. Each integration is verified by an automated build (including test) to detect integration errors as quickly as possible.

Martin Fowler

Why us

  • We provide simple admin panel which doesn't make you repeat yourself and parses Xcode projects.
  • We eat our own dog food. We built this system for ourselves, as we develop iOS applications.
  • We were the first ones to develop hosted CI service for iOS and OS X projects.
  • Setting up your own server is expensive: hardware costs are big, setup of iOS projects isn't trivial.


You may use CocoaPods to manage dependencies of your Xcode project similar to RubyGems.

Get all libraries needed for your project without messing with project build settings and inventing your own way to fetch them.

We provide full support for this use case.


TestFlight provides automated distribution of iOS apps. You just upload IPA file and testers get link to install it over the air.

We make it even simpler. Building an IPA is often a lengthy process, as it requires full rebuild of project. We take care of this for you – successful builds can be sent automagically.

Choose one of our plans

All plans come with 14-day free trial. No credit card required.



  • Unlimited projects
  • 750 hours build time
  • 80GB storage
Choose plan



  • 10 projects
  • 100 hours build time
  • 20GB storage
Choose plan



  • 5 projects
  • 20 hours build time
  • 10GB storage
Choose plan

We also have a free plan (20 hours build time, 10 GB storage) for open-source projects. All builds are public then.