About GitHub Marketplace

GitHub Marketplace contains tools that add functionality and improve your workflow.

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You can discover, browse, and install free and paid tools, including GitHub Apps, OAuth Apps, and GitHub Actions, in GitHub Marketplace.

If you purchase a paid tool, you'll pay for your tool subscription with the same billing information you use to pay for your GitHub subscription, and receive one bill on your regular billing date. For more information, see "About billing for GitHub Marketplace."

You may also have the option to select a free 14-day trial on some tools. You can cancel at any time during your trial and you won't be charged, but you will automatically lose access to the tool. Your paid subscription will start at the end of the 14-day trial. For more information, see "About billing for GitHub Marketplace."

Finding tools on GitHub Marketplace

You can discover, browse, and install apps and actions created by others on GitHub Marketplace, see "Searching GitHub Marketplace."

Anyone can publish an action in GitHub Marketplace. GitHub verifies some partner organizations and these are shown as verified creators.

Anyone can list a free GitHub App or OAuth App on GitHub Marketplace. Publishers of paid apps are verified by GitHub and listings for these apps are shown with a verified creator badge . You will also see badges for unverified and verified apps. These apps were published using the previous method for verifying individual apps. For more information about the current process, see "About GitHub Marketplace" and "Requirements for listing an app."

Building and listing a tool on GitHub Marketplace

For more information on creating your own tool to list on GitHub Marketplace, see "Apps" and "GitHub Actions."

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