How much does Screenly cost?
If you're comfortable with Linux, don't need support, and are OK to manage one screen at a time, then choose Screenly OSE.
- Single screen manager only
- Linux knowledge required
- Self support
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Manage content on all your screens remotely from your Screenly cloud dashboard. You will need one Screenly Player per screen.
Yes. The free trial of the professional cloud version of Screenly lasts 14 days, and you do not need a credit card to sign up. Screenly OSE, our open source edition, is free forever. Screenly OSE has some limitations, and it is not right for all users. You can learn more about the differences between Screenly OSE and the paid version of Screenly here.
We accept all major credit and debit cards. Alternatively, organizations can pay by invoice. Customers must make all payments in USD.
Yes. Just select invoicing as your payment method when you select your subscription inside your online Screenly account. You can sign up for online Screenly account here. We offer a free 14-day trial, and we do not require a credit card for the trial.
You can cancel your plan at any time on the billing page for your Screenly account. Once you cancel, you will be able to use your account as normal until your plan expires. We will not bill you again.
If you want to upgrade your plan to include more screens, you can upgrade in just a few clicks on the billing page within your online Screenly account. We will prorate your month's payment, and we will credit the prorated amount towards your new plan.
There is no limit to the amount of content storage, playlists, or labels with each plan, so long as the user follows our Fair Use policy found on this page. Content storage refers to the amount of gigabytes needed to store your digital signage content. A playlist is an organized sequence of digital signage content. A tag is a name that users assign to multiple screens.
A billable screen is any external TV or display monitor that is powered by a Screenly Player. A Screenly Player is a small, physical device that renders content to your screen. You will need one Screenly Player for each screen. You can learn more about Screenly Player options here.
You can easily upgrade to a plan with more screens in just a few clicks. When you upgrade, we will prorate the payment for the remaining days in your current plan, and we will credit that amount towards the cost of your new plan.
A Screenly Player is a small, physical device that renders content to your screen. In the same way a DVD player renders a movie to your TV, the Screenly Player renders content to your digital sign. Through the Screenly dashboard, you can remotely manage the content that your Screenly Player renders to your screen. You will need one Screenly Player for each screen. You can buy a Screenly Player on Amazon here.