Intuiface Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Intuiface

Create interactive displays & applications for any screen

4.65/5 (23 reviews)

Intuiface Pricing

Starting from: $600.00/year

Pricing model: Free, Subscription

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Intuiface Composer
Free: 0€
Essential: 50€ per month per concurrent user (600€ billed annually)
Premier: 83€ per month per concurrent user (996€ billed annually)
Enterprise: 150€ per month per concurrent user (1800€ billed annually)

Intuiface Player
Windows: 20€ per month per device (240€ billed annually -or- 310€ white label option)
Kiosks: 10€ per month per device (120€ billed annually)
Tablets: 2€ per month per tablet (240€ billed annually for pack of 10 licenses)

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Intuiface Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • The support staff will also help guide you in the right direction... and if you want more input, the community board is a friendly, welcoming place to pose questions about best practices for projects.Megan C.Read the full review
  • You can create an amazing interactive presentation with no coding knowledge and features like timeline, scroll and all are very easy to use.bhavesh P.Read the full review
  • Opportunities - what presents video films and ready-made solutions is impressive.Robert M.Read the full review
Cons
  • Launching the app is a warning that it's a trial and so on ... despite the existing templates - it's difficult to do what movies show.Robert M.Read the full review
  • The bad points are responding to the community wishlist's, It seems to take a long time to implement a new features which are suggested by the community.Louie S.Read the full review
  • There are so many bugs that my project launch was delayed by 2 months.michelle s.Read the full review
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3 reviewers had the following to say about Intuiface's pricing:

Daniel Wendzinski

User Friendly Interface

Used monthly for 2+ years
Reviewed 2020-02-21
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
Compared to the previous software we were using, Intuiface truly is intuitive and easy to get the hang of. This makes creating beautiful presentations quite simple and straightforward.

Cons
Price. Could be difficult for smaller companies to justify the cost. However, there are different levels/price levels for access to certain features which is nice.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Melvyn Sharpe

Intuiface is a fantastic interactive authoring platform

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2019-03-18
Review Source: Capterra

Intuiface takes interactivity to a whole new level, because of the fact of starting with a blank template, there is no limit to creativity. Unlike other software, where you are stuck with predefined templates, Intuiface makes it possible to achieve almost any design a client has in mind.

Pros
The features of this beat any of its competition Keeps up with with technology advancements No coding is a boon for people like me that like to develop visually

Cons
Yearly pricing makes it hard to woo clients and most of them are not willing to spend every year Re-introduction of perpetual pricing would be greatly welcomed, as its always easier to convince a client once but not every year

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Valerie Thompson

Yes... you can create a cool touch screen display yourself!

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2020-01-20
Review Source: Capterra

I had 2 months to design and program 4 touch screens for a history display in our new hospital. I could not have done this without Intuiface and their designer services. I was able to take loads of information and make it relevant, easily accessible and visually appealing for our patients, visitors and employees. And the best part is... it's editable! We've seen so much engagement and use out of the program, we're already talking about other ways we can use this technology to sharpen our presentations and further connect with our consumers. I am a graphic designer, with no programming skills whatsoever. By myself, I was able to work with Intuiface's team and create a rather grand display in a short period of time. If I can do it, anyone can. Lastly (and this was a big factor in us choosing this program) you can't beat the price. For the impact, the annual costs are a drop in the bucket to what other companies charge to create something like this for you. Intuiface has placed the control in my hands. I can check on any screen at any time, I can make real-time changes, and you can't beat the results... people absolutely love it. It looks so high tech and sophisticated, your project is really going to make an impression.

Pros
I was already familiar with Photoshop and Powerpoint, and a little HTML and Excel. These skills helped me learn how to use this program. Without that base, there would have been a little more of a learning curve, but the best thing about the software is that it is very user friendly. The WYSIWYG interface is extremely helpful as there are no surprises when you publish. And the software is truly intuitive. Many features that you'll want to incorporate into your design are automatically built in to the base functionality.

Cons
This isn't the fault of Intuiface, but you do have to learn how to use it. Just like with any new program, it has its own language, interface and tools that you will have to familiarize yourself with. If you think you're going to be able to watch the get-started videos, sit down and make a sophisticated design in a week... it's not gonna happen. That would be impossible with any program that you have limited experience with. But, the support and the design teams are extremely helpful. Save up a little bit more and pay for their bootstrap services and additional tech support to get your design to be exactly what you want it to be, especially if you're on a tight deadline.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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