Exciting news: Reviewable, the code review service for GitHub, is out of beta! We've made a lot of improvements since our launch in September and many teams are now using Reviewable as part of their core workflow, so I figured it was time to drop the beta label. If you haven't visited lately you might want to give it another try.
As part of the transition, we'll be activating paid subscriptions on the site. As promised, reviews in public repositories will remain free forever, and I hope you'll take advantage of Reviewable for all your open source code reviews. We've also decided that reviews in private personal repos will be free as well. Yay!
For reviews in private organizational repos, we have a few plans you can check out on the site, starting at $39/month based on the number of distinct pull request authors. Picking the pricing scheme and setting the tiers was hard so please let me know if what we've got doesn't work for you. And if you have any private org repos connected right now we'll automatically start you on a 30 day free trial so your service won't be disrupted.
Next up: improved performance and onboarding, and whittling down the feature backlog a bit!