There’s no doubt that stock photos are more important than they have ever been, but finding a good stock photo site is no easy task.
In this StockUnlimited review, I’ll discuss this website’s “unique” subscription plan, its image quality, and usability.
What is StockUnlimited
StockUnlimited is a little-known stock photo site that gives its subscribers unlimited downloads for a very reasonable price, starting at $4.69/month.
While its library only features 1 mil files at the moment, they add thousands of new and fresh media files every week.
StockUnlimited is all about its easy-to-understand pricing and license model. Additionally, all content on StockUnlimited comes with a royalty-free license, so you don’t have to worry about legal issues.
- Unlimited downloads
- Good image quality
- Small image library
- Lacks variety
StockUnlimited Image Quality
As per the StockUnlimited homepage, the most popular image searches are Animals/Wildlife, Technology, Outdoors, Buildings/Landmarks, Business/Finance, Celebrations, Floral, Sports.
Checking any of the popular searches open up a masonry of related photos. While these searches are well-covered with quality images, entering a more specific term, such as “camera”, for example, finds one photo of a camera.
For niche websites such as mine, this is not enough. Of what good use are unlimited downloads if there are not even 10 images that I would need?
This brings me to the pricing of StockUnlimited.
StockUnlimited sells its content under both Subscription-based plans and Download packs.
StockUnlimited Subscription Plans
StockUnlimited offers 3 subscription plans, which are unique compared to other stock photo subscription plans.
- Monthly subscription – $19
- Annual subscription – $79
- 3 Years access – $169
All StockUnlimited subscription plans give you unlimited downloads – yes, this is not a typo.
You can subscribe for just one month and pay $19, for a year and pay $79, or subscribe for three years and pay only $169.
The 3-year subscription is by far the most cost-efficient – it only costs $4.69/month.
All subscription plans give you access to the StockUnlimited 1 mill+ premium assets that include images, audio, fonts, and templates.
With a subscription plan, you’re also entitled to a 7-Day Money-Back Guarantee. Now, you don’t have any reason not to try StockUnlimited, if you don’t like it just ask for your money back – it’s simple at that.
StockUnlimited offers three Download Packs that differ in price and number of available downloads.
- 10 downloads – $9 or $0.9/download
- 30 downloads – $25 or $0.83/download
- 100 downloads – $50 or $0.50/download
Downloads you get by purchasing a download pack are valid for 1 year after the purchase.
If you’re looking to purchase a Download pack, the largest one with 100 downloads is the most cost-efficient.
StockUnlimited Audio, Fonts, Templates, and more
While I am not impressed with StockUnlimited library of images, it’s audio, fonts, and templates library makes up for it.
Right from the Music homepage, you can easily choose the Genre, Mood, and Instrument of music. Additionally, you can choose between Music, Sound Effects, and Logos and Indents.
Moreover, you can also purchase sound packs, cartoon sounds, transitions & movements, and more.
Fonts on StockUnlimited are super-cheap. Think about it; some websites sell fonts for $40+/font, while StockUnlimited gives you all their fonts (193) for only $19 or $4.69/month.
You won’t find fonts for a better price anywhere else.
On StockUnlimited you can choose from almost 17k templates, where each costs $5, but you can get all of them with a subscription plan.
There’s also a range of highly sought after Pinterest templates
There are 62k+ free items on StockUnlimited, most of which are free vectors. You can download EPS, SVG, PNG, or JPG format for free, no subscription needed.
StockUnlimited review: Is it worth it?
Without a doubt, StockUnlimited library is nowhere close in size to those of the giants, like Shutterstock; however, this little company makes up for it with its large collection of audio files, fonts, templates, and even a good part of free media. All that for a very reasonable price of $4.69 per month.
While I am currently not impressed with its collection of stock photos, I would seriously consider StockUnlimited for my website in the future, when they add more media.
Looking for alternatives for stock photo sites? Check best stock photo sites list.
Matic is a photographer and avid teacher of photography from Slovenia. In 2020, he founded Photutorial.com, website/blog dedicated to teaching photography, writing honest and helpful reviews, and inspiring photographers.