There isn’t a lot to say about Iconosites. There are 46 templates available for varying purposes, including marketing and restaurants, and templates could be adapted for medical and educational purposes. There are no templates for portfolios, however. What’s more, the templates are ugly and aren’t mobile responsive. If you want a mobile-ready site, you have to use a third-party platform to do so.
Iconosites has a lack of other features as well. You cannot download your site. Email is not an option. The e-commerce platform is not native, meaning you have to use a third-party application just to have an online store. On the bright side, support is slightly better than other website builders, with an extensive library of online documents and videos to help you through the process of building your site. Email support is available as well.
Iconosites has a free-for-life plan and two paid plans at $9.95/month and $14.95/month, respectively. Naturally, more features are available as the monthly price increases. However, even the $14.95/month plan has precious few features. In the end, even the free plan isn’t worth it. There are far better options with more features and modern templates with other website builders.