Wopop has a collection of more than 500 templates from which to choose, which gives you lots of options for building your website. The templates aren’t anything special, but they aren’t too terrible either. What you get is a run-of-the-mill look and essential functionalities, and nothing more. There are templates available for many different purposes, including portfolios, restaurants, medical purposes, and education. You can even make your Wopop site into a mobile app.
Pricing starts with a relatively featureless free plan and extends up to $15.75/month for the top-shelf plan that includes e-commerce. All sites, regardless of price plan, are mobile responsive, though none of the price plans include email or the ability to download your site. On the positive side, Wopop offers live chat and phone support, which are nice features that not a lot of website builders have.
Unfortunately, you’ll likely need that support because Wopop’s editing platform is not organized well, intuitive, or user-friendly. In fact, building a website in the editor is a tedious and frustrating process that is likely to leave most users with a bad taste in their mouth.