Divi Cloud Vs Divi Monk 2019

by Adam @ WPCrafter   |   Last Updated: June 24, 2019
Divi Cloud is a plugin that let’s you import layouts, sections and modules from the Divi Builder Plugin AND the Elegant Themes Theme DIVI. It includes 180+ templates but it also allows you to upload your own templates, creating your own cloud.
Divi Monk is a plugin for WordPress that acts as a template importer for websites that use the Divi Builder. It boasts over 200 templates that you can use with Divi.
Current Pricing: $30 – $200
Current Pricing: $99 – $299

Divi Monk and Divi Cloud do some things similar but there is a huge difference between the 2. First, the cost is about the same, Divi Cloud is a whole $1 more. Also, they both provide a library of templates that you can use as a starting point for your website design. I do find that the Divi Cloud templates are a much higher quality then the Divi Monk templates, and they have committed to adding more each month. Now that is where the similarities end. The main point of difference is that Divi Cloud is also your own personal layout cloud where you can store your own layouts and have instant 1 click access to them. So because of the higher quality templates and your own personal cloud storage, Divi Cloud crushes Divi Monk in this comparison.

Layouts Cloud Pros

  • 180+ Layouts Included
  • Save Your Own Templates To The Cloud
  • 1 Click Import

Divi Monk Pros

  • 200+ Templates
  • Cloud Based
  • Works With Divi

Layouts Cloud Cons

The best thing about the cloud is also the worst thing about the cloud. Its all on someone else's server that you don't have control over. The good news is that most cloud services are handled by Amazon or Google, so there should be no issues.Also, the $100 plan ideally would include more storage than 1 gig, but realistically these templates don't take up that much space.

Divi Monk Cons

Initially, when you see that there are 200+ templates, it may get tempting, but when you actually look at the templates, reality sets in. Most of them are not well suited for an entire website and there is a ton of duplication. So instead of 1 contact page as 1 of those 200 templates, you get that 1 contact page in 10 different colors which are 10 templates.Divi Monk seems to value quantity over quality.Also, the templates seem to be basic to me, not something that you would actually find useful in the real world.

Ease Of Use

10/10

Ease Of Use

10/10

Price / Value

10/10

Price / Value

10/10

Support

10/10

Support

10/10

2 thoughts on “Divi Cloud Vs Divi Monk”

  1. Maarten vercauteren

    Hi! Thanks for this information!
    I do want to let you know that the link to Divi cloud does not work.

    Greetings Maarten

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