This page lists aggregated reviews of InfiniteWP from different sources if available as well as user reviews by other WPscoop visitors. If you have experience with InfiniteWP be sure to add your own review!
Together with my in-depth feature and price comparisons these user reviews are meant to help people make the right decision for the best management plugin.
Go here to find my main management plugin article and compare InfiniteWP with several alternatives to find out which one is best for your requirements and budget.
InfiniteWP User Reviews
Currently there are 19 reviews of InfiniteWP left by WPscoop users. If you have used this plugin be sure to add your own rating below!
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My InfiniteWP Review
InfiniteWP was one of the first self-hosted services to manage multiple WordPress blogs, which means you install the software on your own server. It allows you to add any number of websites to manage them from a single dashboard and save a lot of time you would spend on your day to day WP management tasks by automating them or processing them in bulk. The service was launched in 2012 after a long beta phase and is currently used by its members to manage over 100,000 WordPress weblogs according to its creators.
A look at the InfiniteWP dashboard from where you can manage all your WordPress blogs together.
There is a core set of features that is part of all WP management services compared here: They all let you add all your website to a single account, update plugins and themes easily, quickly login to your sites and create backups. What is different is how they implement those basic features in their interface and how easy to use their management dashboard (pictured above for InfiniteWP) is.
InfiniteWP is a self-hosted WordPress management solution, which means you have to install its interface on your own server. That means you need slightly more technical knowledge and time to set up your management environment in comparison to only adding your sites to a managed service but in return you get more freedom and are in full control.
Being a self-hosted solution is what sets InfiniteWP apart from most of its competition and its unique addon pricing model allows you to only pay for the functionality you need. Feature wise InfiniteWP has all the important basics of managing multiple sites tackled down but does not offer anything beyond those like some of its alternatives do.
Basic features of InfiniteWP can be used for free on any number of your WordPress weblogs. You can add more features individually by purchasing any of the many premium addons offered on their site. Payment for all addons, which cost between $49 and $99, is on a yearly basis.
Follow this link to compare the price of all reviewed WordPress managers and find the most affordable one for the amount of blogs you want to manage and the features you need.
Rating on WordPress.org
InfiniteWP has a rating of 90% (out of 100) in the official WordPress plugin directory. In total there are 97 reviews for InfiniteWP. Go to WordPress.org to browse all the reviews.
Please note that the reviews in the plugin directory are only for the free version of InfiniteWP and not for the pro version or any commercial addons. The free version has been downloaded 2091889 times.
With InfiniteWP you can use 27 out of 35 features that I track for WordPress management plugins in my comparison. Click the link to see a list of all available features.
Please note that I only track features as reported by the developers in this review and comparison. I can make no judgement over how well the features listed below will work for you. I recommend you test InfiniteWP and some of its competitors yourself before deciding.
See the table below for a quick overview of InfiniteWP prices as well as a comparison with average prices of management plugins. Please go to the main article to compare the price of InfiniteWP with other management plugins.
|Price||InfiniteWP||Avg. management Plugin Prices|
|Minimum (1 Site)||0.00 USD||1.63 USD|
|Maximum (1 Site)||759.50 USD||430.48 USD|
|Minimum (10 Sites)||0.00 USD||43.43 USD|
|Maximum (10 Sites)||759.50 USD||531.34 USD|
- Minimum Price: The lowest price a product is available for, e.g. the most basic or a free version.
- Maximum Price: The highest price a plugin is available for. This factors in the cost of all addons (if any) or the highest premium version sold.
- 10 Site Prices: Certain plugins get more expensive if you want to use them on more than 1 WordPress blog. Refer to the 10 site price to see such a difference.
Disclaimer: While we update this review regularly we can not guarantee the prices displayed above are still correct and take no responsibility if they changed.
I have also reviewed many competing products that allow you to manage multiple WP blogs. There are several worthy InfiniteWP alternatives you should consider before making your decision on which WP manager to use. Follow the links below to see my reviews of all alternatives to InfiniteWP.
Follow the links below to compare the features of InfiniteWP to any of its competitors. Each of the WPscoop comparison articles takes a look at two popular solutions to bulk manage WordPress.
Other InfiniteWP Reviews
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