Want to share how you edit your photos? Help people master the art of editing with Replay.
PicsArt, which has now become synonymous with photo editing, is the world’s top creative platform for social editing. Moreover, it was one of the top 20 most downloaded apps in 2019. While it is already considered to be the best photo editing app, with the launch of its new feature called Replay, just about anyone who can operate a smartphone can turn into a professional photo editor in a snap of two fingers. This isn’t an exaggeration, considering how the YouTube video of the app promises to deliver results within minutes.
Replay shows users the entire photo editing process from start to finish and enables anyone to replicate those edits on their own images in just a few taps. The result is quick professional edits that take a fifth of the time to create. See how it works below.
It goes without saying that becoming a professional photo editor requires years of practice and learning. However, Replay connects people to top photo editors, who showcase their entire creative process in a quick visual format, thus making it easy for anyone and everyone to achieve the same/similar design aesthetic.
While Replay is only available in iOS, which is visible only from the @PicsArt official account, in the coming weeks, the company is going to launch the product on Android, as well. The focus is on giving access to more than 130 million monthly active creators to showcase their photo editing talent via Replay. PicsArt will only allow its users to create and apply Replays, but they will be able to share view-only versions of their Replays outside of PicsArt on social media websites, such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Check out the list of other photo editing apps for iOS and Android on our website to gain proficiency in the art of editing.
PicsArt is the world’s largest creative platform with more than 130 million monthly active creators and was among the top 20 downloaded apps worldwide in Q1 2019. Every month, the PicsArt community creates, remixes and shares nearly one billion images and videos, making it the largest open-source collection of #FreeToEdit content in the world. PicsArt is available in 30 languages for free and as a subscription on iOS, Android and Windows devices. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Yerevan, Armenia; Los Angeles; Beijing; and an AI Lab in Moscow, PicsArt is backed by Sequoia Capital, DCM Ventures, Insight Venture Partners, and Siguler Guff and Company. Download the app now, or visit PicsArt's website for more information.
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