$9 per Editor seat, monthly or $99 billed yearly
No credit card required — cancel any time.
With a Teams subscription, you can give members of your team one of two roles — Editor or Viewer:
It’s worth noting that you can change roles for any member of your team at any time.
Editor seats allow you to create open spots in your workspace that you can add, remove and assign Editors to at a time that suits you. Read our full article to get all the details.
The Mac app (version 71.2) requires macOS Mojave (10.14.4) or newer, as well as working Internet connection (for installation and updates).
For complex documents with a large number of Pages or hundreds of Artboards, a powerful Mac with more memory will definitely improve performance. If you’re unsure about compatibility, you can download a 30-day free trial to test out Sketch before you make a purchase.
Cloud supports the most recent versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge, as well as IE11. You will need a good internet connection for viewing documents, playing prototypes and using Cloud Inspector.
No. You will always be able to choose where to save your documents — to a Cloud workspace or locally on your Mac.
For personal licenses, you can use the Mac app on one device only. To use it on multiple devices, you’ll need to add more devices to your license.
If you are an organization with multiple people using Sketch, you can either sign up for a Teams subscription or purchase a legacy volume license.
If you have a new device and want to use an existing license with it, you’ll need to unlink the Mac app from your old device first. To do this, open the Mac app’s preferences on your old device, and choose Unlink Device under the Account tab.
For Teams subscriptions, each Editor you pay for can register and use the Mac app with their Sketch account details.
Editors can register and use the Mac app on more than one device with the same Sketch account details (for example, on both a personal and work Mac). This is subject to a fair use policy which looks at how many different Macs use the same Sketch account details at the same time.
For personal and volume licenses, our payment partner FastSpring handles both new licenses and renewals. Through them, we accept Credit/Debit card, Wire/Bank transfer, PayPal, and Sofort.
For Teams subscriptions, we only currently accept Credit/Debit card payment (handled by Stripe). Other payment methods (such as invoice and bank transfer) are on our roadmap and coming soon.
For personal and volume licenses, you can create a purchase order via our payment page. Simply follow the instructions to place your order and select the ‘Purchase Order’ payment option during checkout. You won’t be charged.
After that, you will receive a payment link and invoice to submit your payment and complete your purchase. Once we have received your payment in full, you will receive a receipt and license details via email.
Please note: We cannot accept a Purchase Order document as pre-payment.
For Teams subscriptions, we cannot accept payments with Purchase Orders at this time, but it is on our roadmap and will be available soon!
For personal and volume licenses, you will receive an invoice via email with your purchase. If you need a new copy, you can download one using the License Manager.
For Teams subscriptions, you will receive an invoice via email any time you make a payment. To view and download copies of any invoice related to your subscription, head to your team’s settings page on Cloud and click on the Billing tab. You’ll find a full history of invoices under the Billing History section.
Have more questions? Check out our support section