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After years of drawing via the office drafting table and Mutoh Drafting Machine, Arcsite has given me the freedom to create in the field so I am on the jobsite to direct my crews and still knock out the drawings that keep us working. Having the ability to draw scaled details while meeting with a client at the project or being able to text or email them immediately so decisions are expedited is alone worth the cost. This is an app I literally use daily, and can't imagine being without. I've read the critical reviews that for the most part whine about the cost. These are either posted by professionals too cheap to invest in quality tools or wannabes that don't really have a need for a CAD app. Here's the deal, if you are an Architect or Design/Builder that actually spends time on your jobsites you would greatly benefit from Arcsite. Try it yourself and you'll be sold.
I used this program to draft an expansion design idea for my supervisors. It’s one thing to say, “hey we really need this expansion.” But it’s something completely different walking into a presentation with a design draft that outlines everything. Visuals make a presentation and this program helped me get my approval! Easy to use, virtually foolproof, and clean/concise. I am definitely recommending this to anyone who wants to design something tangible and let themselves dream a little. From homes to businesses, it all can be done with this program.
If this is your only CAD program and you can complete full drawing sets with it, you can justify the price, I suppose. However if you have a real CAD program that does 3D, automatic schedules, parametric objects, linked databases and a lot more this won’t be your only app. This will be what you might use for field measurements, setting up initial base plans, etc. when out of the office. That means using ArcSite but a few times per month, exporting data to your CAD program and moving forward in your main CAD system. The bottom line? This app’s subscription fees approach the cost of a full CAD program, yet have a much reduced feature set - never mind that it’s easier to prepare plans on a large screen workstation than an iPad. Professionals still need a full-featured CAD system, so for most professional designers ArcSite will be an but an add on for the foreseeable future, and a very pricey one at that. It’s a real shame there’s no “field” option at a more reasonable price for those who use this as a field tool instead of their only CAD system. It could cost less and be simpler, with just drawing, annotations and export tools. No takeoffs or even symbols needed since those would be done on the main system from integrated databases.
I have been using for awhile now. Have not found anything else that comes close to meeting my needs. With ArcSite I save hours on every estimate I do. Very easy to make accurate and professional looking site plans, while on site. I was reading some of the other reviews about cost, but it is nothing compared to the money saved using this tool. Highly recommended. Great folks there as well.
This App is way too expensive for what it does and the interface feels more like an App that was developed as hobby. Just to give you a comparison: This App costs at least 15$/month, which is more expensive than the subscription for Microsoft Office or Photoshop. I get that this has nowhere near the user base of Microsoft or Adobe and the developer needs to earn something, but seriously man, then don’t act like your are Microsoft or Adobe with an overpriced Subscription model. Charge 15 or 20$ for people to buy the App (like the majority of small developers do), but a 15$ monthly subscription for something so basic and simple is ridiculous.
Developed by Arctuition LLC.
ArcSite: Floor Plans and CAD is ranking in Productivity & Business
Last update was at May 10, 2021and the current version is 4.47.0.
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ArcSite: Floor Plans and CAD have a 457a user reviews.
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