Clover Pricing

  • 1 Machine Desktop

    $300
  • 1 Machine Server

    $1,200
  • 10 Machines Desktop or Server

    $2,200
  • 25 Machines Desktop or Server

    $4,000
  • 100 Machines Desktop or Server

    $8000
  • Unlimited Machines Desktop or Server

    $16,000

Desktop

For use on a single developer's desktop

  • Test Optimization
  • IDE plugins
  • Ant / Maven Integration
  • View reports in IDE only

Server

For use on a continuous integration server

  • Test Optimization
  • IDE plugins
  • Ant / Maven Integration
  • View reports in IDE and export to HTML/XML/PDF

How many "machines" do I need a license for?

  • One developer running Clover coverage reports in Eclipse or IntelliJ = 1 machine, Desktop
  • Continuous Integration server producing coverage reports with every build = 1 machine, server
  • 1 Continuous Integration server and 9 developers running Clover in Eclipse = 10 machines
Learn a lot more about Clover's pricing

Download License Details

  • First Year of Maintenance Is On Us

    Download licenses entitle you to perpetual use. The first 12 months of maintenance – product updates and support – are included free.

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  • Discounts for Academic Institutions

    Qualified academic institutions receive a 50% discount on download licenses.

  • Free for Open Source, Non-Profits and Classrooms

    Free licenses are available for qualified open source projects, non-profits and classrooms

  • Difference between Desktop and Server Editions

    The Desktop edition is intended for use on a developers machine, therefore it cannot export HTML/XML/PDF reports - results can be viewed in IDE only.

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