Pixlr is a simple graphic editor that "came" to the PC from mobile operating systems. Apart from the fact that the program is quite simple and convenient to use, it does not have any other important advantages. The developers offer a standard set of features such as adding effects, filters, frames, text, stickers, removing the red-eye effect, trimming and adjusting the main parameters of the image (brightness, contrast, sharpness). As with most modern graphic editors, there is an automatic "improvement" key here. In just one click you can make the image more saturated and contrasting. If you don't like the result, you can quickly cancel it and work on it "manually". For the sake of fairness, it should be noted that such an "automatic" improvement works much better in Pixlr than in many other programs of this type. Among the useful features of the editor there is also a tool for collecting basic information about the image.
Save finished Pixlr images in PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF, TIFF and PSD formats. These formats should be quite sufficient for most users. And now let's talk about the most important drawback of Pixlr. The program is paid and distributed by subscription. That is, even if you are ready to pay for the license for this editor, you will not be able to buy it "forever". You can only access the program for a month or a year.
- allows you to apply filters, styles and effects to images;
- is able to improve the image in one click;
- allows you to work with stickers and frames;
- supports exporting in PNG, BMP, JPG, GIF, TIFF and PSD formats;
- extremely simple and convenient to use.