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Picsart is an online graphic design editor that is available on both desktop and mobile. Already successful in its field, now Picsart has launched its own free media editing tool – Quicktools.

Quicktools offers to provide free and simple access to some of the most common picture and video editing tools, including a background remover and a PDF to JPG converter.

There will be no need for a Picsart subscription, and users will no longer be left losing their minds over how to compress an image or the best way to resize images. The company with this aims to “give everyone the chance to try Picsart’s advanced yet easy-to-use editing tools.”

Image Editing Tool

Quicktools is a browser-based editing tool. The full toolset includes:

Background remover

  • PDF to JPG Converter
  • HEIC to JPG Converter
  • Resize Image
  • Compress Image
  • JPG to PDF Converter
  • PNG to PDF Converter
  • Color Wheel
  • Color Palette
  • Merge PDF
  • Split PDF
  • Font Generator
  • Word Counter
  • Symbols
  • Emojis
  • Profile Picture Maker
  • Trim Video
  • Crop Video
  • Color Picker
  • MOV to MP4

These ‘new’ tools will be familiar to Picsart users on Android, iOS, and Windows. Those that use Picsart’s hub, on the other hand, will find it a simple task. The tool’s functionality is described on the homepage. Users are then encouraged to “test it out,” and are guided to a succession of user-friendly tools that are basic and efficient enough for both amateurs and pros.

Quicktools’ news comes on the heels of the company’s recent announcement that the platform now has Google Drive connectivity via Google Workspace Marketplace. Users can utilise the online tool to edit photos saved to the cloud storage site without having to go between Picsart and the Google sphere.

Monica Green

By Monica Green

I am specialised in latest tech and tech discoveries.

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