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CropiPic is a tool to edit and enhance videos and photos. It's very easy to use and allows you to edit images to be later shared on your social networks


Edit and enhance videos and images

July 28, 2017
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You're probably familiar with InShot, the Android and iOS application that allows you to add an extra layer of creativity to your photos before uploading them to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Looking for something similar for your PC? If so, then you should be interested in this tool.

There's a UWS app for Windows that allows you to emulate InShot on your PC called CropiPic. We can obtain really good results with this program when it comes to applying effects to our images, we've only got to browse through its menus and make the most of all its features which are also present in many online editors.

In this sense, you'll be able to crop videos and photos just like in any other editor of this nature. It's a really easy-to-use and intuitive tool, that offers us real-time previews to see what our picture or video is going to look like.

How to use CropiPic?

To make CropiPic work you only need to do one thing: load a photo. Once you open the app you'll be offered two options: load a photo from your PC and start editing it.

For such purpose, just access each one of its sections shown on the right-hand-side of the window, from where we can apply different adjustments by means of simple controls. Just use them and see how your photo or video looks.

This is a free version that includes adverts. The latter can be removed by paying the cheap price of 1.99 euros. Apart from that, it's a decent clone of InShot for PC that's well worth trying out.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Windows 8.1.
  • Offers in-app purchases.
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