Blocsapp.com Review

Blocsapp.com Review

Blocs is a software used to create websites in Mac OC (10.10 Yosemite and higher). This is a unique niche product, the major goal of which is to provide Mac users with a premium web building tool. There is no separate product version for Windows. The target audience is Mac users only.

Tictail.com Review

Tictail.com Review

With shopping cart software being so available and easy to set up, is there really any more room for another? Yes, there is. Dear SWB readers, meet Tictail, a free eCommerce website builder with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden.

WebsiteBuilder.com Review

WebsiteBuilder.com Review

Imagine a small café serving customers organic coffee, a French bakery around the corner or that girl who operates a tiny flowershop located on the ground floor next to your house. Imagine thousands of other similar small and medium businesses, each with their own philosophy, audience and… challenges.

TemplateToaster.com Review

TemplateToaster.com Review

There are multiple tools that help create website templates. Generally, these are text and graphic editors. TemplateToaster (current version 6.0.0.12795) is a unique software – a kind of a service for users willing to make profit, creating websites with unique design or sell templates separately.

Webydo.com Review

Webydo.com Review

Webydo is a work of love of a web design community that advocates the role of a designer in the website creation process. Shmulik Grizim and Tzvika Steinmetz co-founded Webydo because they actually needed it themselves.

Webasyst.com Review

Webasyst.com Review

Webasyst is a non-standard product in our understanding. Its developers offer 3 products to your choice, namely a framework for creation of custom CMS on its basis, which can be downloaded for free and installed on your own server, a readymade CMS Shop Script written on the basis of this platform and an out-of-the-box solution for online store creation – Webasyst. This is a CMS, which is installed on the developer’s hosting to be further used on the paid basis (rent). If you wish, you can transfer your website to your own hosting in future.

LetsEat.at Review

LetsEat.at Review

Opening a restaurant is a challenging and time-taking process that requires thorough preparation and planning. The same is about launching a restaurant website from scratch. With so many web building tools available out there, this process doesn’t seem to be a problem… until you actually proceed to it. There are many challenges waiting for you on this way. The less knowledge you have – the more problems you will encounter. This is where a niche website builder will come in handy to you – the one like Let’sEat.

Doodlekit.com Review

Doodlekit.com Review

Launched about 11 years ago, in 2006, when the industry wasn’t so saturated, DoodleKit quickly became a popular solution for DIY website creation. At last count the company has over 50,000 sites hosted on their servers, including 2,000 non-profit sites provided on a ‘pro bono’ basis, and about 100 sign-ups every day.

Carbonmade.com Review

Carbonmade.com Review

Some of the best website builders I’ve had the pleasure to review were created out of need, rather than just another application to sell, and Carbonmade is one of these.

Bluevoda.com Review

Bluevoda.com Review

BlueVoda is a drag-and-drop website builder designed by VodaHost, a popular web hosting provider. Similar to 90secondwebsitebuilder and Yahoo! site builder, BlueVoda is a downloadable application that you need to download and install on your computer. But while Yahoo! offers a hosted version along with the downloadable builder, BlueVoda has no in-browser editors. It’s an onffline site construction kit.