PicsArt - Review & Install Links
PicsArt Photo Editor is a simple yet universal photo and video editing app that offers you a variety of useful features. The application allows you to add hundreds of atmospheric photo filters, make collages, using built-in image libraries, edit faces on photos, and so on. Let's find out what this app is actually capable of.
While PicsArt is not a professional instrument, it has enough features to cover all of your everyday photo editing needs. First of all, there is a powerful photo editing toolset with all kinds of filters and effects, rather advanced drawing tools, and so on. This toolset also includes an automated face editor that allows you to create hilarious face swaps with just a tap, and beautify tools that make you look great without any effort or skill. Just tap the button, and the app will do the rest!
However, PicsArt is very useful when it comes to editing videos, too. There are lots of special filters for videos, and you can also add a sticker or a drawing to your flick. And what's especially great, an effect or a sticker can be added with a single tap, and there's no need to browse excessive amounts of useless customization options. All in all, this app maintains a perfect balance between being easy to use and remaining useful, and I can't imagine how much time it has already saved me.
Ease of Use
This app is very simple and intuitive, and everybody can learn how to use it pretty quickly. The filters and effects are applied instantly, so you can experiment with them freely to achieve the result you'd like to see. Even the most complex tools require only a couple of taps and a few minutes to create a complicated collage or an impressive double exposure. So even if you haven't used similar apps, the app you have here will let you learn the process of editing your photos the easy way.
The design of the app is one of its greatest features. The interface is compact, and your entire screen is used to show the photo or video you're currently editing. That allows you to notice the smallest or unobvious changes, and it feels very comfortable. However, you can access all of the tools very fast and easy – the icons are neatly lined along the bottom of your screen. Besides, it just looks cool, and using this app feels like a lot of fun, even if you use it for work.
It's kind of hard to believe that an app this great is free to download. That's right, you can download PicsArt for free and start using it right away. However, this free version of the app is rather limited, and it's full of annoying ads. And the full version of this app is rather costly, but if you don't need to use the most complex tools, PicsArt will be a perfect tool to edit your day-to-day photos a little bit.
- Lots of features;
- Simple and flexible;
- Intuitive interface;
- Limited free version;
- Not a professional tool;
- Random crashes;
One of the best of its kind, PicsArt provides you with more than enough tools to edit your photos or videos – if you have enough money to pay for it, that is.
Warning: Users can download the app from the links following the Official Website and legal digital markets.
Uninstall the app:
- Go to Settings menu
- Choose Apps or Application manager
- Touch the app you want to remove
- Press Uninstall
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