Did you try saying that one five times fast? Try saying, “picks art perfectly” or simply “PicsArt” whichever you prefer and that just might twist your tongue, or thumb! PicsArt is a mobile photo editor and collage maker by a start up company. Can you guess the name? PicsArt! While they don’t have a print on canvas feature integrated, they are commonly used for photo editing. Learn more about the PicsArt app here.
In case you have not yet tried the app, or heard about it at all, PicsArt (which some people incorrectly spell Picks Art) lets you edit your photos on almost any device for free! This is the perfect app to download if you are going to start a blog. In addition, they have a cool drawing feature backed by collage features. The app is the center piece of a much larger social network. With over 200,000,000 (2 hundred million) downloads, they have a huge following.
On their website and mobile app, you can also access their popular publishing of daily and monthly photos. Of course, you can add your own, but there’s no guarantee everyone will see it unless you publish it to your most loved social media websites. It might be smart to just show it off to a few friends or colleagues.
But, let’s get back to how to use the PicsArt app itself. The interesting part of the app is the extensive features. It’s no wonder why they are competing with the likes of Instagram and Adobe! They boast over hundreds of combined masks, frames, photo mods, icons, color enhancements and more. Their other tools include video, camera enhancement and sharing. With all that, even a savvy, eagle eye photographer would have to say it’s alright.
To download the app, simply search for PicsArt on your app store. It is currently supported on Android, Apple and Windows app stores. If you have a mini camera, you might want to transfer the photos onto your iPad or table so you can use the app. After downloading the app for free, you’ll have an option to create an account (also free) and start using all the feature from your phone, tablet or computer.
Available On PC
If you do not have a smartphone, you can still use the PicsArt app, unlike the Gamecast NCAA app, unfortunately. The PicsArt Photo studio app is available in the Microsoft store. That means you can access it from your home computer or laptop. This is super convenient for those of you who shy away from smart phones. If you want to gain access to the photo editor and collage making software on your PC, just head over to the Microsoft store to download the PicsArt Photo Studio software.
New Picsart App Features
After the release of Prisma, Picsart released their own set of new filters called Magic Effects. The filters are meant to make your images look like a professional artist from history. Based on AI technology, the Magic Effects can be used on the entire photo or just one portion of it for unique graphic design. For sure, this is a great new addition to the already popular photo editing app.
Picsart recently introduced another new feature called Remix Chat. The Picsart Remix Chat feature is a messaging system for users similar to ones offered by other apps, like Skoool. It allows them to share images directly to another user or to a group of users. Then, those app users can work collaboratively on editing the same image together. The feature also included tools to allow users to custom-make stickers for themselves and their friends. If you have not already downloaded the Picsart app, you will definitely want to download it now to try out these cool new chat features.
Furthermore, PicArts has a strong support system. On their, FAQ’s page, you can find answers to all of your questions. They have proper documentation for connecting to Facebook, image uploads permissions, geo location settings, etc. Of course, if you have other questions, you can try reaching out to them.
Finally, have fun with your new photo app! If you end up downloading the app, explore other people’s work, post your own and take advantage of all the active contests on the social network. Who knows, you might just end up on the daily journal or as a feature on their magazine, but who can really offer future predictions. At the end of the day, your passion is what jumps out and separates truly unique art from boring pictures produced by everyday technology.
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