After the trial, continue to use Testim with these features.
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After the trial, continue to use Testim with these features.
For businesses modernizing UI testing of web apps.
Advanced features for modern Agile teams testing web apps.
A standalone or add-on product for testing mobile iOS and Android apps.
|Community Free||Essentials Starts at $450/mo*||Pro Starts at $1,000/mo*||Mobile Starts at $90/mo*|
|Cross browser tests||(Chrome only)|
|AI-powered Smart Locators||coming soon|
|Sync test branches with Git|
|File, PDF and MS Office validation|
|Mobile web simulators|
|Native mobile apps (Separate licensing)|
|Integrates with Tricentis Device Cloud||purchased separately|
|Validate download step|
|CLI action step|
|Run in Turbo mode|
|Web accessibility testing|
|Configure test step conditions|
|Add loops to steps or groups|
|Parameterize variables for data-driven testing|
|Create and reuse groups/nested groups|
|Reuse groups in different context|
|Extract data from pages|
|Run code in browser|
|Run code in Node.js|
|Network validation including body|
|Mock network responses|
|REST API access|
|Test plans, suites, and labels|
|Test library and folder heirarchy|
|Branching, resolve diffs, advanced merge|
|Read-only branch, pull requests|
|Test status and failure handling in CI|
|Failure tagging and suggestions|
|Test run history|
|Flaky test indicator|
|Export results as CSV|
|Screenshot comparisons at each test step|
|Console logs at test step|
|Network HAR file at test step|
|Screen/video capture of the bug|
|Annotation the screen capture|
|Auto-create test to reproduce the bug|
|CI integrations (e.g. CircleCI)|
|Visual validation (e.g. Applitools)|
|Test management (e.g. TestRail)|
|Grid providers (e.g. SauceLabs)|
|Collaboration (e.g. Slack)|
|Bug tracking (e.g. Jira)|
|Version control webhooks (e.g. Github)|
|Secure tunnel, SSO||SSO|
|Hide secret variables|
|Whitelisting / Static Grid IP's|
|Activity audit logs|
|Test result retention||7 days||30 days||60 days||60 days|
|Test history||1 month||6 months||13 months||13 months|
|Customer Success Manager|
|Live chat support, 24 X 5|
|Export Selenium compatible tests beta|
|Projects||1||3||3 +custom||1 iOS, 1 Android|
|Share between projects beta|
|try now||try now||try now||try now|
It’s not a free trial—it’s a free plan. For anyone who signs up for any Testim trial, when the trial is complete, it will revert to the Community free plan. The Community plan features are subject to change. There is also a limit of one Community plan per organization.
Parallelization is running tests at the same time on different machines to reduce your overall execution time. Serial test runs run sequentially rather than in parallel.
A test grid is a cloud-based service that stands up multiple resources to allow for test parallelization. It can include different browser types and resolutions.
Yes! In addition to 500 web test runs per month, you can run up to 50 local mobile test runs per month.
You can license additional mobile testing capacity by purchasing a Testim Mobile plan. For more information about licensing, please contact us.
Each plan comes with 50 local test runs per month for native mobile (iOS and Android). You can license additional mobile testing capacity separately from your web-testing plan by purchasing a Testim Mobile plan.
For more information about licensing, please contact us.
Testim is delivered as two services—an authoring service and a test grid. The authoring service can be accessed as SaaS or as on-premises software. The grid is available in the public cloud or in a virtual private cloud/VPN option.
Testim is priced based on test runs. Test runs are counted on a monthly basis. A test run is counted each time Testim executes a test on a browser or application. Local runs from the Testim test editor on browser-based applications do not count against your monthly entitlement.
As an example, assume that an organization wants to run 100 regression tests on three browser configurations each week. This would be approximately 1200 runs per month (100 tests X 3 browsers X 4 weeks/month).
For tests of web-based applications:
Local runs from the test editor do not count against your monthly entitlement. Local runs executed from the scheduler or the CLI do count against your monthly entitlement.
For tests of native mobile (iOS and Android) applications:
All local runs on native mobile applications do count against your monthly entitlement.
Testim customers can access their test run totals within Testim via the subscription page located at the top left corner of their account.
We accept check or wire transfer. Enterprise packages can include additional payment options. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Exceeding the test run limit may result in an additional one-off charge(s) in the month consumed. Contact your sales rep if this happens.
Contact your sales representative.
Yes. Contact your sales representative.
Community plan support is limited to self-service through Testim documentation and the Testim Community Slack channel.
Essentials, Pro and Mobile plans include online 24X5 chat support. Our support team typically answers chat responses in a few minutes.
Technical support in our paid plans is managed by a professional support team that is separate from the in-app chat feature found in a free trial. For more information, contact your sales representative.
We have designed and developed Testim to protect and secure the data, users, and organizations that access our service. Testim maintains appropriate administrative, technical, and physical procedures to protect customer data. Your sales representative can provide the following documents upon request:
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