Free AutoDesk Pixlr Photo Editor App for Windows Lands on the Store

By: Ivan Jenic
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AutoDesk Pixlr, a simple, free photo editing app is now available in Windows App Store on Windows 8.1 PCs, laptops and tablets. This well-designed photo editor offers a solid amount of features for a free app, and you definitely should try it.
AutoDesk Pixlr Photo Editor Arrives To Windows 8.1
AutoDesk Pixlr is a simple, easy for using picture editing app now available for free in Windows 8.1 Store. With AutoDesk Pixlr you can perform basic editing tasks, such as cropping, rotating, creating customized collages and other adjustments of your photos. You can also create your own photo filters for social media networks, like Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by adjusting contrast, lighting, focus and blur of your pictures. You can use AutoDesk Pixlr equally efficiently on either your Windows 8.1 PC, laptop or Surface Pro 3.

There are even more options for creating your own photo filters, because AutoDesk Pixlr offers a huge variety of photo effects and customizations. You can improve the color of your images with Color Splash effect, or choose one of the default effects to change the filter of your photo to sepia, black and white, etc. You can also do some editing in AutoDesk Pixlr, with red-eye removal tool, or reflection adjustments. AutoDesk Pixlr really offers a lot of features which will make your photos as good looking as possible.

And even though it’s a free app, it has all the tools you need to make your photos look professionally edited. Well, maybe AutoDesk Pixlr doesn’t offer as many features as it’s famous, paid rivals, like Adobe Photoshop, but for a free app, AutoDesk Pixlr offers a wide range of features and tools, and you definitely should try it.

AutoDesk Pixlr is now available for free in the Windows App Store, and you can download it from this link.

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