EasyWorship is an expansive worship presentation software that was designed for all kinds of parishioners. This program brings solid church media with audio and video to every place of worship, from the smallest to the biggest megachurches.
- EasyWorship comes with built-in songs with lyrics, scriptures, and backgrounds.
- Media from the computer’s hard drive can be imported and organized from within the user interface.
- Clips of video content from DVDs are able to be extracted and edited.
- EasyWorship gives parish workers the ability to create and organize multimedia slide shows.
- The user interface is simple enough for even the least computer savvy person.
- Includes internet tutorials to make the learning curve smoother and more in-depth.
- There is little that can be done to edit slides in a way that creates variety.
- Its overall image is tacky and may risk losing the attention of younger viewers.
- The System UI is full of bugs and is highly prone to crashing from light RAM load.
EasyWorship parades itself as a program that is filled with features and possibilities. Just like the corny built-in passages say, hold out on suffering your way through this big project and maybe there will be a valuable prize in the end. If the process of completing that project is devoid of any feeling of accomplishment, what would make anyone think the creators of it would supply a satisfying outcome. A user can easily, passionlessly throw together a multimedia slide with both default and imported files, and it will definitely look like something. No matter how much effort you put into it, the slides never fail to look like an ugly website from 1998. This software is simply Microsoft Powerpoint in a cumbersome costume. Not to mention, its UI is ridiculously unstable. It crashed two times in a row only because I changed the background. EasyWorship feels like the product of a high school coding project that was rushed a day before the deadline. I do not recommend this app for anyone who wants to make their presentations look anything remotely professional.