Curious how this app compares to others?
If you're looking to build out a basic (and beautiful) marketing website (without hopes for it to evolve into something more complex), or something like a personal blog, Framer would likely be the best solution.
On the other hand, if you want to have more control and have plans for your site to evolve into something more complex, even that of a no-code web app, then Webflow is definitely the main contender here.
This is a category that has gotten incredibly interesting in recent years. With the whole "no-code movement" that platforms like Zapier and Airtable have been allowing for, some tools in the website builder category are starting to evolve beyond just that, and more into the no-code app builder category.
While Webflow is currently the only one in this category that really allows for this, it's super impressive to see the evolution as it unfolds.
So when checking out the apps here, be mindful of what you're looking to achieve with your website building tool as some might be too powerful, while others not powerful enough.