2 mins and you're up and running with your Umbraco website
With Umbraco Cloud you can try the newest version of Umbraco almost instantly and see for yourself why so many people around the world have chosen Umbraco as the base of their websites.
With Umbraco Cloud, you get to test the full Umbraco product plus a range of nice additions that we can provide because we both build and host the CMS. This makes setting up your test site extremely fast and easy.
The fastest way to try Umbraco 8
The free trial is always updated to the latest version of Umbraco meaning you are able to test all the current features and functionalities. So even if you've tried Umbraco before, there is a very high chance that there'll be something new and awesome for you to test.
Pricing for Umbraco Cloud
Our free 14 day trial is exactly that - free. Should you decide that Umbraco Cloud is not for you, that is totally fine (but of course we hope you'll stick around 😉).
If you decide to stick around after your trial, pricing starts at €32 per month. You can see what that includes on our pricing page.
No install or setup required
The Umbraco Cloud trial gives you the power of Umbraco without you having to do anything other than provide a few details that allow you to log in. So you are literally up and running in two minutes. No need to spend time on manual install - or uninstall.
Play around on a test site
We have created a test site for you so you don't have to start from scratch. Test the beautiful editing experience, get inspired by how we built the site, alter what is already there or create new pages and document types from scratch. A great way to try Umbraco with your own fingers.
Support for Cloud included
Have you never worked in Umbraco Cloud before? Don't worry the support team has got your back. In fact, all Umbraco Cloud specific functionality is covered by free support, so ask away in the chat-box you'll find once you log in to your trial.
Connect to your local machine
Experience just how easy it is to clone a project to your own machine and work on it in Visual Studio. All you have to do is copy your project URL into your favourite Git client and then you are good to go.