PicsArt has announced that over two dozen popular AI-based editing tools are available free on the company’s website.
One of the world’s largest creative editing platforms (PicsArt), PixArt has now brought AI tools for the web. PicsArt has announced that over two dozen popular AI-based editing tools are available free on the company’s website. Through these tools, people can increase their creativity. Explain that currently, many more tools are available on this platform, including template editor, background and object remover, video slideshow maker, text editor, filters.
Some more PicsArts tools will be launched
Premium content on this platform includes stock photography, templates, fonts and stickers. Also, millions of free-to-edit photographs submitted by the PixArt community are also available here. The company has said in the statement that some more facilities and premium content will also be launched in the coming months.
Will bring business-friendly tools
PixArt CEO and founder Hovnes Avoyan said in a statement that PixArt is known for its photo and video editing app on mobile. The change is natural for the web now, as many of our creators already use PixArt for marketing materials. He also said that the company will soon bring fast, easy and business-friendly tools.
Users will also use the web version
PixArt India Country Head Ravish Jain said that they are very excited to announce the web version of PixArt. The Indian market has seen a boom in usage and downloads in the last few months and in this festive season, it is expected that users will use the app as well as the web version.
Will add video editing facilities
Also Ravish Jain said that PixArt’s editing apps are fun, creative and easy to use. This attracts young people. Let us know that PixArt also announced the acquisition of video motion effects startup Defect (now Effect Video Maker by PixArt). This will make the Creative Suite even more advanced as AI-driven video editing. Basic video creations are currently available with PixArt’s web capacity, but more robust video editing features, including video speed effects, will be added early next year.