What is a test run?
A test run is a single execution of any test, whether triggered manually, via scheduling or through our API. A browser is launched, the steps are carried out, then the browser is shutdown and a result is generated. Test runs have a maximum time limit of 10 minutes. Examples:
It will count as 1 (one) test run when:
1. A single test is run. This counts as 1 test run.
2. A plan containing 10 tests is run. This counts as 10 test runs.
3. A plan with 1 test is scheduled to run hourly. This counts as 24 test runs per day.
What happens if I go over my plan’s allotted test runs?
Test will stop being executed once your limits are reached. At the beginning of every month, we’ll reset your monthly test runs based on your plan. Also test runs don’t roll over to the next month if not used.
I have more questions.
We have answers. Email us at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help.
Is there a free plan?
After you signup, you can access all the features in the UI Inspector Professional Plan for 21 days. We want to make sure that you are completely satisfied with UI Inspector before you buy the product.
How does pricing work?
You’re charged a monthly subscription fee depending on your account’s plan. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and PayPal. At this time, we only accept payments online. All of our payments follow USD pricing.
Can I upgrade or downgrade anytime?
Yes. UI Inspector is a pay-as-you-go service and you can upgrade, downgrade or cancel at any time. Click on “Billing” in your UI Inspector account to change your plan.
Can I cancel anytime?
Yes, you can cancel your plan anytime. Once you have canceled we’ll end your plan as of the next subscription cycle, no questions asked.