Picsart recently announced the integration of its web background image editor into the Google Drive cloud storage service. From now on, users can edit photos uploaded to Drive, then save the final result in Drive without having to download it to a computer or smartphone.
Picsart was previously a photo editing app for smartphones, then got a web-based version in October 2020. With the new collaboration, Picsart brings the ability to remove background, add filters, effects, stickers and text on photos right at Google Drive.
Peter Butler, Platform Connectivity Manager said: “By bringing our apps to the Drive storage platform, we continue our mission of empowering creativity for everyone. The fact that users can edit photos right where they’re stored makes everything so much easier. easier and faster.”
To use Picsart for Google Drive, you need to download the app from Google Workspace Marketplace. The free version of the software is already packed with features, but if you want all the filters, effects, stickers, and fonts, you’ll have to pay $4.66 a month to upgrade to a “Gold” account. “.
Picsart is currently the 19th most downloaded app globally, with 150 million users and over 1 billion images monthly. Last August, Picsart received a $1.5 billion investment to scale up, and integrating their app into Google Drive is just the first step.