When comparing Avocode vs Froont, the Slant community recommends Froont for most people. In the question“What are the best high-fidelity website design tools?” Froont is ranked 4th while Avocode is ranked 12th. The most important reason people chose Froont is:
Froont is free for anyone with a [public website](http://froont.com/-terms). This means you agree to your project being shared on the Froont website, where other Froont users may use the design.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Offers a 14-day free trial
Allows users to be able to get comfortable and familiar with the service before signing up and paying the subscription fee.
Pro Includes collaboration tools
Allows designers and developers to view revisions and interact on the fly by posting comments on the revisions instead of going through multiple e-mails back and forth.
Usable on Mac, Windows and Linux.
Pro Sketch and Photoshop support
Contains plugins that allow designers to share any designs with developers.
Pro Free for public websites
Froont is free for anyone with a public website. This means you agree to your project being shared on the Froont website, where other Froont users may use the design.
Pro Allows creating responsive pages
Froont allows you to set media queries for creating responsive websites. It provides other features for making responsive sites easily, such as an easily adjustable grid.
Con Subscription fee
After the free trial, users must set up your account with an option of their 3 subscription services - Garage, Business, and Enterprise [$8.99, $12.99, or TBD]. The cost is low, but monthly.
Froont is a web app that runs in your browser - not a full desktop application. While the developer touts this as a 'feature', web apps cannot be as full-featured - nor as stable - as desktop apps (specially when dealing with projects that might be large, or complex).
Con Buggy auto-save
Froont does not provide users with a way to save work, instead making you rely on the auto-save feature that saves every minute. However it's been known to be buggy and not save progress.