Hey guys, Cam here and I’m back with another community submitted review. Today we’re taking a look at InifiteWP, an unlimited WordPress site management solution.
At first glance InfiniteWP looks good. It’s a clean website, a decent intro video and some good, well placed customer testimonials. They make sure you know that the basic package is free and that downloading is simple. So far so good!
Free features include a single master login to all of your WordPress sites, one click updates for themes, plugins and WordPress itself, instant backups and restores and finally bulk management of plugins and themes (installations and activations/deactivations).
All of that is free, not bad if you ask me.
When you take the tour you get to see how easy it really is to use. The layout make sense and the overall experience is intuitive.
I’m not a huge fan of the colors and I wish it had a bit more meat to it, from a design standpoint, but it functions exactly like it’s supposed to.
In addition to the basic features that come with the free download of InfiniteWP there are a number of premium addons that you can purchase to enhance InfiniteWP.
Some example addons include: Client reporting, WP maintenance, malware scanner, Google analytics, manage comments and code snippets.
The available addons range in price from $49-$99. If you’re looking to buy more than one addon you can by some pre-fab bundles at a discount. These discounted bundles range in price from $140-$607.
So you can see that working with InfiniteWP, while initially free, can escalate into some pricier waters. That being said, if you find that this is a solution that works for you, wouldn’t you be willing to pay to make it even better?
They’ve also got some interesting things on the horizon including an iOS app and an IFTTT wizard. I’m intrigued to see what they do with a dedicated iOS app. I’m hoping they knock it out of the park, but we’ll have to wait and see about that.
I’m planning on downloading and using the free version for the multiple WordPress sites I have. Hopefully I can avoid using the premium addons for a while. To me that will be the true test of InifiniteWP’s inherent value.
I’ll be sure to report back after I’ve been using it for a while and let you know what I think. In the meantime, if you’re using InfiniteWP let us know what your experience has been!
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