ScreenCloud Review

Learn about ScreenCloud Digital Signage Software. Includes info on ScreenCloud, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on April 23rd, 2019

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ScreenCloud is a digital signage service that offers TV and iPad compatibility, content scheduling and multi-screen support, among other features.

ScreenCloud Pricing:

ScreenCloud charges $20.00 per screen per month. Contact ScreenCloud for a quote on an Enterprise plan.

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ScreenCloud Review:

Pros: Easy to setup and intuitive interface.

Cons: Most functionality relies on third-party applications.

Bottomline: ScreenCloud is a reliable digital signage platform.

ScreenCloud Key Information:

Co-Founders

David Hart, Haje Jan Kamps, Luke Hubbard, Mark McDermott

Founded

2015

Headquarters

London, United Kingdom

CEO

Mark McDermott

Phone Number

+44 (0)20 3808 5585

Address

International House 24, Holborn Viaduct, London, EC1A 2BN

Website

www.screen.cloud

ScreenCloud FAQs:

Is there a ScreenCloud free trial?

ScreenCloud offers a fully-featured 14-day free trial of its software.

Where can I find the ScreenCloud login?

Go to screen.cloud and click "Login" in the top-right corner of the home page, or sign in directly here.

What are some ScreenCloud alternatives?

ScreenCloud Customer Reviews:

Source

Reviews

animerunt - reddit.com

We just started using screencloud. It runs on anything chrome and a very simple management side. We didn't want anything that gave us too much control. I looked at a lot, and many of the options required too much meticulous designing for layouts and content.We set up the schedules and taught some select staff how to update ones in their area. Well priced as well.Check out the free trial of course to see if it fits you.

glad_11 - reddit.com

Have you tried ScreenCloud? https://screen.cloud this by far has the nicest UI out of all the digital signage CMS's I've used in the past. It's really cheap - I think about $20 a month and it has a nice playlist/schedule feature which meant we could change our content from the office or onsite.

enobrev - news.ycombinator.com

I remember being a big fan of Shutter, though some time ago, I switched to ScreenCloud ( https://screencloud.net/ ), for its ease in automatic instantly sharing.

SportStarta ‏- twitter.com

We used ScreenCloud at Web Sunmit and it was awesome, quick to put the vid together and easy to schedule. Thanks!