UCView Reviews, Pricing, Ratings and FAQs

Learn about UCView's digital signage software for small businesses. Includes info on UCView, free trials, pricing, customer reviews and FAQs

Updated on February 27th, 2019

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UCView is server or cloud-based digital signage software for small businesses. Features include live TV digital signage, player profiles, cloud storage, and playlists tab. Businesses use UCView to create and manage media content on their displays.

UCView pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing


$12.00 per player


$20.00 per player


$25.00 per player



UCView Reviews
UCView Review:

Pros: Easy to use, with good technical support.

Cons: Is a bit expensive.

Bottomline: UCView is a user-friendly, robust, and versatile out-of-the-box solution. It is a good option for small businesses.

UCView Key Information:


Guy Avital




Northridge, California, USA


Guy Avital

Number of Employees



1 (818) 772-8255


18425 Napa St, Northridge, CA 91325



UCView FAQs:

What is UCView's price range?

UCView's plans range from $12.00 to $25.00 per player a month. The server plan starts at $1,500.00.

Is there a UCView free trial?

UCView offers a 30-day free trial, which can be accessed via the website.

Where can I find the UCView login?

Go to ucview.com and click "Portal Login" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly here.

What are some UCView alternatives?

UCView Reviews:



subversive99 - reddit.com

Based on my limited early experience, it's not bad. I've played around with a few of these solutions and they all tend to be super confusing and unintuitive. I find the UC View portal to be relatively logical. Creating layouts is easy, creating playlists and adding content is pretty easy too, and the support so far has been helpful when I've needed it. I'm not doing anything remotely complicated, but overall so far it seems we made a good choice.

vPock - reddit.com

UCView, so this one is closed source, and relatively pricey. But they have an end to end stack. They can provide either a physical box to run the software or a virtual appliance. The players are also provided and supported by them.