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We are excited to announce that we’ve collaborated with Google to implement their Machine Learning (ML) Kit technology in PicsArt’s Android app to power our Magic Effects. Now, you’re probably wondering what does this all mean, right? Well, in a nutshell it means that PicsArt Android users will now be able to produce awesome, one-tap Magic Effect edits with PicsArt’s full suite of Magic Effects, on-device and even more quickly. Pretty great, huh? Our ML Kit integration will rollout with the next PicsArt Android update, and we guarantee that it’s going to be *magical*. PicsArt photo editor, collage maker and sticker maker is a totally new kind of creative community, with over 100M+ monthly users. PicsArt has collaborated with brands like Dior, Jared Leto’s band Thirty Seconds To Mars and Lindsey Stirling. Supermodels Izabel Goulart, Doutzen…

Today, PicsArt introduced a redesigned app that’s whiter, brighter and now includes a Tilt Shift Tool, Lens Flares and Shape Masks — three of the most requested editing tools from the Windows community. With them, you can easily transform any image into something a little more fun and creative. Like this:  First, we’ve redone the look and feel of the entire app. Here’s the new Explore feed. It’s whiter, has bright colored callouts and features larger photos that we hope will make your PicsArt experience even more fun and immersive. So with that, let’s play around with the Tilt Shift Tool using an image of a woman skateboarding in the winter desert that I found on the @freetoedit account on PicsArt. Before I make my own edits, it’s fun to see how others in the PicsArt community have remixed this image by clicking the blue pencil icon. All of them…

We’re working around-the-clock to make sure you’ve got the latest and greatest creativity tools to make your life…Well, magical. That’s why today, we updated our AI-powered Magic Video app to support Live Photos from Apple. You can download the latest version here.   It’s pretty cool, you can apply the mind blowing Magic Effects to any Live Photo on your iPhone. And we have to say, the results are kind of amazing. We tried an early version this morning and were literally knocked over by how good they looked and how fast they rendered. Simply open Magic Video, select your favorite Live Photo from the gallery and make it magic with any one of our 10 AI-Powered Effects. It’s that easy and fast. So head on over to the App Store and download the latest Version of Magic Video. And have some fun.

Introducing the new PicsArt for Windows 10: a fun and easy way to make your pictures look awesome and share them with the world. Today, we’re launching a new version of PicsArt for Windows 10. The big highlight of this release is AutoEdit — an exclusive feature for Windows that enables you to instantly transform your images into works of art with a single tap. Just like the image above. Let’s take a quick look at what’s new. Below is a picture we found in PicsArt’s vast collection of more than 300,000 #FreeToEdit creations. We like this image of the woman surrounded by flying, powdered paint — but we want to make it even more amazing. To do that, we tap on “AutoEdit” from the bottom toolbar in the Editor. PicsArt instantly displays a list of beautiful filters that represent the latest and greatest editing trends in the PicsArt community — giving you a fast,…

Today we’re announcing the availability of Similar images — a new feature that makes it easier to find the visual inspirations you need to make awesome images with PicsArt. Let’s say you want to make a beautiful double exposure like this. First, you’ll need to find a cloud-filled landscape image — and this is where Similar images, powered by our new artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms, will help. Search for #Cloudy and #FreeToEdit on PicsArt and while scrolling through your results on the left, you find a great landscape image on the right — but it’s not quite perfect. To access Similar images, tap the arrow icon at the bottom of the screen to see more images like it in an easy-to-scroll gallery, as seen on the left. Find one you like, make sure it’s marked as #FreeToEdit, and save it. Behind the scenes, PicsArt is using artificial intelligence to search through millions of images and…

Today, we’re rolling out a redesigned PicsArt that makes it faster and easier to create amazing images on your phone and to share them with the world. The new PicsArt is now available for free on Android and iOS. Your creative experience with PicsArt begins with the photo editor. And in this release we’ve totally redesigned the Editor to give you more space to spread your wings and get creative, while making the universe of photo editing tools in PicsArt more accessible and easier to use. To show what you can do with the new PicsArt, let’s take a photo of San Francisco’s beloved Golden Gate Bridge shrouded in summer fog and make it more inviting and fun. We’ve done some spring cleaning throughout the Editor, leaving only the essential navigation features at the top and cleaner icons for the creative tools below. The Share and Save options are still…

One of PicsArt’s goals is to be a constant inspiration for all things photography-related (I think we do a great job, no?). And since it’s almost National Photography Month, we decided to up the ante and bring on the excitement full force. So this May (T-minus 4 days), join us on a 30-Day #PAPhotoChallenge! Every day for 30 days, we’ll give you a prompt to get your creativity flowing. And below you can see the full list so you can start your planning! BONUS: by participating in the #Macro, #WideAngle and #Fisheye challenges you are automatically eligible to win some awesome olloclip prize packages, including a Macro Pro Lens, 4-IN-1 Lens, Active Lens and cases. For the rules, read below. On May 31st, we’ll be featuring our favorite photos from the month, so make sure to edit your shots with the PicsArt photo editor and share them every day with the hashtag…

We want the PicsArt app to inspire you with creative content and connect you with people from around the world to share your creative inspirations. That’s why today, we’re rolling out a new version of PicsArt that makes it easier to build a creative network, with customized artist suggestions based on your interests and easier friend-finding from your Contacts and Facebook friends. To get started, head over to the App Store or Google Play to update the PicsArt app. Tap on the three-line icon in the upper left corner of the app to open the main drawer menu. Then tap on “Find Artists.” While exploring the new Find Artists feature, I chose the creative categories that I enjoy (I picked Editing, Landscape, Lifestyle and Street) and PicsArt suggested a list of people with amazing photos that matched my interests. And in the list of suggested connections I found xiaotonw’s (@xiaotonw)…

Over the past few months we’ve made several changes to the Explore Page in the PicsArt photo editor app — most notably by merging the Artists Page with the Explore Page. We know how important the Explore Page is because better discovery means better inspiration. Armed with more relevant, high-quality inspiration, we know that artists are motivated to create, step outside their comfort zones and try something new. To help our artists be as inspired as possible, we know that the Explore Page will always need constant tweaking, adjustments and improvements. Over the past week, we’ve rolled out a few updates to the Explore Page to make it more dynamic, relevant, and interesting. Here’s what’s new: Our new Joined This Week section is curated and shows off the top photos and profiles of users who, well, joined this week! Go ahead and give them a big hello! We also have a slew of new topic cards (like…

Ladies and gentlemen, today we’re rolling out a new version of the PicsArt photo editor for iOS (Android users, your update is coming soon!). With this update, we’ve revamped your sharing experience to make it ridiculously quick and easy to get your creations discovered, so head over to the App Store to download the latest app update today! During a work lunch in San Francisco today, we snapped a picture of a cable car from the conference room and added the Dodger effect with fade at 60. And now, when you tap upload to PicsArt you will see a brand new sharing screen with everything you need at the tip of your fingers. When you choose to share an image, you’ll see a list of location suggestions for one-tap geotagging. Now your followers can know where you shot that beautiful cityscape or where you found that incredible street mural. Next,…