Fhotoroom app gets new drawing brush tools for Windows 10

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Fhotoroom is one of the most popular photo editing tools out for Windows users, and for good reason. The app not only gives its users an excellent collection of tools to work on photos, but puts together a community where people can come together share work with one another. With this theme of community being particularly important to Fhotoroom, it makes sense that the app is working hard to keep fresh, updated features coming to its dedicated audience.

The latest update to Fhotoroom has just come out, fixing several bugs and tweaking some of the app’s pre-existing features. What’s really exciting about this update, however, is the fact that Fhotoroom is bringing brand new brush tools to users who want to bring a custom touch to some of the photos that they’re working on. The new brush tool isn’t all that advanced when put it next to tools in heavy-duty editors like Photoshop or GIMP, but it does its job relatively well. Opacity and size adjustment are absolutely necessary for any brushes in photo editing tools, and the addition of scatter can be useful for a few select edits.

The brush is now available on all versions of Fhotoroom, supporting all Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and Windows Phone 8 devices. This update also marks a bit of a milestone for Fhotoroom, as the app’s Windows 10 Mobile version is now officially out of beta. While the term “beta” has lost much of its meaning recently due to the ever-evolving nature of software as a service, it’s nice to know that the people making Fhotoroom feel comfortable enough with the Windows 10 Mobile version of the app to say that it’s officially ready to be used.