Nicepage Website Builder on Windows
Nicepage Export Options
Nicepage Themes
Nicepage screenshot 5
No screenshot
 Suggest and vote on features

Nicepage Features

  1.  WYSIWYG Support
  2.  No Coding Required
  3.  Works Offline
  4.  Live Preview
  5.  Ad-free
  6.  Lightweight
All features

Nicepage information

Supported Languages

  • English
  • Czech
  • Dutch
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Turkish
  • Ukrainian
  • ...

Popular alternatives

View all

Our users have written 14 comments and reviews about Nicepage, and it has gotten 9 likes

Nicepage was added to AlternativeTo by Nicepage App on Apr 18, 2019 and this page was last updated Nov 3, 2022.

Comments and Reviews  Post a comment/review

 all • positive • negative      relevance • date
Top positive commentMay 21, 2020

CreateYou can create responsive websites, you can download the codes and the assets and then upload on your server and it works great! (I am a customer!)

Show entire comment
Emanuel Perdacher
Top positive commentNov 3, 2022

Nicepage is a mixture of Figma and Elementor. You can position elements freehand and without restrictions. You can create sophisticated responsive websites in a short time and create stunning designs. You can host the websites directly on Nicepage or on your own server. There are also plugins for Wordpress and Joomla. For about 150€ one-time, you can create an unlimited number of websites in the Nicepage Desktop App.

There is no Nicepage alternative.

Show entire comment
Top negative commentSep 16, 2023

From a real user, Please avoid this program if you don't want to do the same thing over and over again. Super time-wasting program.

In short,

  1. Gap between each block
  2. Can't export from Wordpress to desktop app. Why you need this program?
  3. A lot of bugs in this program. For example, auto-change settings in responsive mode, like padding, top, bottom
  4. Link button - auto padding for what? or even font size settings
  5. Suck library - import block from library but show html codes on the front end, not like the original one
  6. Suck Coding - tech support fixed gap between page for me ---> all pages broken because they can't control auto-generate/adjust settings, like margins, image size, positions in the program

Before trying this product, please do some researches on "Nicepage Forums" and see the real feedback.

Don't waste your time even trying this product. For a small edit, you might need at least a few hours to fix the rest. Persinally, I wasted more than 200-300 hours on this program only for one website.

PS. same username here as in Nicepage (real and experienced user)

Hope this helps.

Show entire comment
Negative commentDec 7, 2022

buggy product, no quality control at all, lousy supporting, waste of money and time

Show entire comment
Positive commentMay 17, 2022
• Edited May 17, 2022

If you don't want to get into writing code (HTML, CSS etc) then this is a good tool. Everything is just drag and drop. It can create a standalone HTML website or integrate into WordPress and others. It really is easy to use. However, the online documentation seems to be out of date which is a pain when you are new to this and don't know what you're doing, and there is no spell checker in any of the text input fields. This is a terrible omission. If you are a terrible speller or carless typist then this may not be the product for you.

Show entire comment
Positive commentMar 30, 2022

Up to a few months ago, I used (for years...) "Namo Web Editor" to develop several Web Site. But this software is more than 20 years old, so I had to migrate. I first work with "Blue Griffon" which is not supported anymore. Finally I develop now with Nicepage which is à good software (WYSIWYG). You have a poor access to the HTML code directly, which is a little frustrating for a deveper but most of the options you need are in the product.

Show entire comment
Positive commentOct 6, 2021

I found this product very simple and powerfull too. A lot of possibilities to make own page without problems with codes and other difficulties. Paul

Show entire comment
Show more comments
7 of 14 comments




Nicepage platform details


macOS 10.10 (Yosemite) and later


Windows 7 and later


Chrome, Safari, Firefox

Recent user activities on Nicepage