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How to Use PicsArt on Android
There are many
image editing apps available on Google Play Store. However, none of them quite compare
to PicsArt. This app is, at the moment, the pillar of photo editing on Android
devices. However, the app itself isn’t simple to use. It offers a wide variety
of different tools that can be brilliant if used properly, but can also be quite
Before jumping into PicsArt on your own, take a look at the advice outlined below. That way, you’ll find the adjustment to the app much easier. Here are some fundamentals regarding using PicsArt on your Android device.
is a basic feature, but PicsArt allows you to use it. Plus, there’s a wide
variety of fonts to choose from, with additional effects that you can use to
create a three-dimensional feel. In any case, here’s how to add text to your
images using PicsArt.
Navigate to the bottom icon bar and find Text menu on the list. This will bring up a blank page. Add the text that you want to this blank page and tap the tick icon in the top-right part of the page. After you’ve added the text, you’ll be able to choose between various colors, fonts, shadows, blends, etc.
One of the main
reasons people download and install PicsArt is the impressive photo effects
available in the app. There are various fresh and fun options, such as
ARTISTIC, MAGIC, FX, POP ART, the list goes on and on. Each one of these
options features a variety of different filters to pick out. You have to see
these effects for yourself.
To add effects
to images, look toward the bottom bar again. Find the Effects menu. Tapping Effects
will give you various different options. Shuffle through these effects and the available
filters to apply the one you like the best to the image in question. Once
you’re done applying the effect, tap the tick icon, located in the upper-right
corner of the screen.
probably one of the coolest effects to use in PicsArt. This feature allows you
to make an image or a part of an image appear as if it was disintegrating. This
is known as the scattering effect.
You can use this feature creatively to come up with some really cool content
for your social media, or for your personal needs.
To add the
Dispersion effect, tap the Tools menu,
located in the bottom icon bar. This will bring up various options. Find and select
the Dispersion option. Now, using
your finger, draw on the part of the image that you want to appear scattered.
Use the brush size function to fine-tune the scattering effect. Once you’re
done applying the effect, tap the tick icon in the upper-right corner. Now,
enjoy the neat effect that you’ve made.
Although the word “stickers” may sound a bit ridiculous in the era of instant online messaging, the Stickers feature on PicsArt can actually enhance your photo. In fact, the app even allows you to make a custom sticker, which significantly increases the app’s editing options.
To get started,
look for the Sticker button in the icon
bar toward the bottom of the app screen. This will bring up various sticker
options. Find the sticker that you find the most appealing for a photo and tap
it. Once you’ve added the sticker, you can position it as required.
Additionally, you get access to additional options such as Adjust, Effects, and Opacity. Once you’re done applying
these options to the sticker, select the tick mark in the upper-right corner of
the screen, and again, place the sticker where you want it.
features can serve as an excellent stepping stone to the world of PicsArt,
there are many other options available. There isn’t a simple tutorial that can
teach you how to master PicsArt; you have to do it by yourself. Use the app, play
with its various options, and learn to master the image editing art.
Do you enjoy
using PicsArt? Have any of the above tips helped you get a better feel of the
app? Do you have any questions or other tips that you find important? Let us
know in the comments section below.
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