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Drupal Review

Drupal OUR SCORE 91%
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  1. What is Drupal
  2. Product Quality Score
  3. Main Features
  4. List of Benefits
  5. Technical Specifications
  6. Available Integrations
  7. Customer Support
  8. Pricing Plans
  9. Other Popular Software Reviews

What is Drupal?

Developers know Drupal's reputation as one of the community publishing system apps out there. Even so, Drupal is still works like a content management system, built for years as an app used on the internet. Plainly speaking, Drupal is a platform that combines of content management systems, forums, e-commerce platforms, wikis, and blogging platforms into a single system that works for publication, communication, and e-commerce. Drupal is also an app development framework that encourages developers to use a unified, widely-understandable approach that leads to modular code on one interface. Lastly, Drupal is also an open-source CMS platform that can support many apps and sites for free. Drupal’s reason for this feature as its developers want other developers to build itself to its active users and other people seeking to improve the app further.

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Drupal features

Main features of Drupal are:

  • Graphics Management
  • Advanced User Management
  • Plugins
  • Support
  • Page Content Management
  • Collaboration
  • Open Source
  • Modules, Designs, & Displays

Drupal Benefits


The main benefits of Drupal are the variety of management tools that range from the advanced menu to user settings, customizable app settings, and versatile app taxonomy for content classification. Read on to learn more of its advantages.

Drupal has many features ranging from advanced menu management to user management. Through these features, users have an easier time to make simple yet advanced sites like blogs, or social networking pages. Using Drupal, a user also has a variety of choices of the site’s content which could be polls, videos, texts, blog statistics, and other useful content.

As the app can be personalized, users can easily find a variety of ideas and features for designers and developers. Through Drupal, businesses can gain from rapid growth after incorporating the app’s core functions and features. Drupal is also on par with many enterprise-class CMS when it comes to reliability, scalability, security, manageability, and availability of resources.

More than a million sites trust Drupal due to its versatility. The platform also has a strong taxonomy, which helps users classify and sort out content. Using this feature, adjusting to keywords will be simple. Moreover, Drupal is streamlined for community sites, with its solid user access and role control that can accommodate as many users as needed. Lastly, the Drupal forum still has some active user base that makes it a good place to ask for questions.

Technical Specifications

Devices Supported

  • Web-based
  • iOS
  • Android
  • Desktop

Customer types

  • Small business
  • Medium business
  • Enterprise

Support Types

  • Phone
  • Online

Drupal Integrations

The following Drupal integrations are currently offered by the vendor:

  • Zendesk
  • Bitium
  • Zapier
  • Zapbook
  • Facebook
  • MailChimp
  • HubSpot
  • LinkedIn
  • Magento
  • Google Analytics
  • iPaper
  • Salesforce
  • ShoutEm
  • Twitter

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Pricing Plans

Drupal pricing is available in the following plans:

Free trial