|Free | Monthly payment||Monthly payment | Quote-based|
Dead Simple Screen Sharing is a screen sharing application, enabling users to share their screens and facilitate audio conferencing right from their browsers.
SendGrid is a proven cloud-based email platform that successfully delivers 18B+ customer engagement emails each month.
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Dead Simple Screen Sharing integrates with the following business systems and applications:
SendGrid supports integrations with Heroku, Microsoft Azure Marketplace, AppDirect, and IBM.
SendGrid integrates with any app using a SMTP relay or a Web API.
SendGrid also integrates with top marketing solutions partners, such as Hubspot and Pardot. For a full list of partners, visit the app’s website.
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Dead Simple Screen Sharing offers four SMB and enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select the best plan for your business:
Basic – Free
Plus – $9/month
Pro – $18/month
Enterprise – $31/month
SendGrid offers 3 pricing plans. Before signing up for any of them you can try out the 30-day free trial that gives you access to the Essentials 40,000 email plan. You can send 100 emails/day for free forever and store up to 2,000 contacts within Marketing Campaigns.
Essentials Plan – $9.95/month
Pro Plan – $79.95/month
All features of the Essentials plan, plus:
Premier Plan – custom pricing
All features of the above 2 plans, plus:
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Please note that even though both SendGrid and Dead Simple Screen Sharing may have an excellent set of features every app may be created for a different business size. If you are comparing features you should pay attention to a business type they are catering to. Some features might scale up efficiently for big enterprises but if you own a small or mid-sized business it’s often more sensible to stay away from paying for complex functionalities that you may never have a chance to use.