The Visual Studio Marketplace is a new destination and the exclusive place for purchasing subscriptions, and for discovering extensions for Visual Studio Team Services and Visual Studio Code.
Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Enterprise subscriptions
These subscriptions are available as monthly or annual options.When you purchase annually, you also receive subscriber benefits including Microsoft software for dev/test, a monthly Azure credit, technical support, and more.
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HockeyApp Business plans are available as monthly options, or start for free with 1 account owner and 10 apps when you get the Free plan from the Visual Studio Marketplace.
- Learn how to get HockeyApp
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An extension is an installable unit that contributes new capabilitiesinto Visual Studio, Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server, or Visual Studio Code. You can find extensions from within the product or on the web. You can install them with a few clicks.
Team Foundation Server
- Learn how to get extensions for Team Foundation Server
- Learn how to develop extensions for Team Foundation Server
Visual Studio Code
- Learn how to develop extensions for Visual Studio Code
- Visit the Visual Studio Gallery to discover tools, products, and extensions for Visual Studio.
- Learn how to develop extensions for Visual Studio
Billing and Subscriptions
When you buy from the Visual Studio Marketplace, you select an Azure subscription to use for billing. If you don't have an Azure subscription, you can sign up either before or during your first purchase. You can set up payment with a credit card, or by invoice in some cases. Charges for your purchases will show up on your monthly Azure bill.
Note: You must keep your Azure subscription in good standing to use your Visual Studio Marketplace purchases. If your Azure subscription is canceled or becomes disabled, for example, because the credit card used for payment expires, then any purchases with this Azure subscription will be deactivated on the 1st day of next month. To continue using your Visual Studio Marketplace purchases, please keep your Azure subscription active and updated.
For example, if you bought a Visual Studio Professional subscription, and you used an Azure subscription that becomes disabled, your Visual Studio Professional IDE will stop working on the 1st of the following month. This also applies to annual Visual Studio subscriptions that are paid in full for the year.
You can't use the Azure Free Trial to pay for Visual Studio Marketplace purchases, which applies to Visual Studio Team Services, HockeyApp user plans, and so on.
Billing and Frequency
For extensions, see Get extensions for Team Services.
For subscriptions, the billing frequency depends on the subscription that you purchased:
Monthly subscriptions are prorated during the 1st month. After that, they're billed on the 1st day of the calendar month.
Annual subscriptions are always purchased in whole increments and are never prorated. Charges for subsequent years will be billed on the 1st day of the calendar month after the anniversary date of your subscription purchase.
Check out the Marketplace and Billing Q&A to find answers to commonly asked questions such as how to remove the spending limit in Azure or other questions around Visual Studio Subscriptions and Azure Billing.