An iWeb replacement may be introduced at this year’s Macworld/iWorld expo, which starts Jan. 31 in San Franciso. But not by Apple.
A company located in Thornhill, Ontario, will be exhibiting new software that the company claims is a “replacement for iWeb. It’s called EasyWeb; you can sign up to receive more info at http://www.iwebreplacementapp.com .
iWeb was Apple’s simply website creation tool that debuted in 2006 as part of iLife ’06. Apple quit developing it in 2011 without offering a reason why.
The three best iWeb replacements I know of are Freeway Express, Sandvox and Rapidweaver. But iWeb fans are always happy to check out a new app that promises an even more iWebby experience.