If you have multiple installations of WordPress sites across various hosts and are tired of managing and updating them one site at a time, look no further. The following is a list of solutions to help you update all of your WordPress installations all from one location.
|Application||10 sites||30 sites||50 sites||comments||website|
|CMS Commander||$12||$20||$30||Offers many options||more info|
|iControlWP||$15||$29||$49||Charges .85 to $1.20 for each additional site||more info|
|InfiniteWP||free||free||free||Self hosted and has upgrade options||more info|
|iThemes Sync||$50||$50||$90||Offers 10 site updates for free||more info|
|JetPack Site Management||free||free||free||Requires JetPack plugin and WordPress.com access||more info|
|MainWP||free||free||free||Offers paid extensions||more info|
|ManageWP||$21||$60||$75||Offers variable pricing depending on qty of sites||more info|
|My Sites Manager||free||free||free||Utilizes a plugin and is currently free||more info|
|WP Remote||free||free||free||Plugin hasn't been updated and no support||more info|
|WP SiteStack||$37||$37||$37||Updates only one host instance||more info|
|WPDash||$18||$30||$100||Has auto updates; no middle ground pricing||more info|
|WP Pipeline||–||–||–||Charges $9.97 a month||more info|
*Note: Not all price options fit into the 10, 30, and 50 site updates.
Of course updating WordPress isn’t the end all requirement to manage WordPress. Many of the applications above offer upgraded services which provide automated backups, up-time notifications and monitoring, analytics, client reporting, post content and more.
What’s your favorite application to manage multiple WordPress installations?