Pay as you go
Pay-as-you-go pricing is based on device minutes, which are determined by the number of devices you use and the duration of your automated tests and remote access sessions.
AWS Device Farm comes with a one-time free trial of 1000 device minutes.* After that you are charged $0.17 per device minute.
Unlimited test & access
Unmetered plans allow unlimited testing and remote access starting at $250 per month.
Unmetered pricing is based on the number of device slots you purchase for each usage type (i.e. automated test or remote access) and device family (i.e. Android or iOS) and are priced at $250 per slot per month. Slots are not tied to a specific device make or model.
Device slots correspond to concurrency. For instance, if you purchase ten automated test Android device slots and schedule a run on 100 Android devices, Device Farm will execute your tests on up to ten devices at a time until all tests are completed on your selected devices. Regardless of how many tests or remote access sessions you have in a month, you are billed at the flat rate of $250 per device slot per month.
You can cancel your subscription for one or more device slots at any time and the cancellation will take effect at your next renewal date (the day of the month that you purchased your first active device slot). To learn more, visit our docs.
Starting at $200/month. Contact us for a custom quote.
Private devices allow you to specify exact hardware and software configurations for your testing needs. Physical devices are deployed on your behalf and available exclusively to you for both automated testing and debugging
With AWS Device Farm direct device access, you will be able to access to these devices as if they are connected to your development machines for debugging. To learn more.
Once you choose to end your subscription, the hardware is removed from our environment. To learn more about private devices, please contact us.
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* For a limited time, get a one-time trial of 1000 free device minutes instead of the standard 250 device minutes.