Autodesk, known for polished, highly functional software like AutoCAD, and apps that allow users to build, manipulate, animate, and plan from their Android device, also found a hit with its Pixlr-o-matic app, an image editor that primarily touted its ability to create “cool looking vintage images.” I always thought a vintage filter app was a little out of place in Autodesk’s otherwise power user-oriented lineup, but it was still a fun app for quick antique-ification of your mobile photos.
Building on Pixlr-o-matic’s success, Autodesk brought to market today another photo editing app – Pixlr Express. From the name, you may get the impression that Pixlr Express is more limited in scope than Pixlr-o-matic, but in reality, it’s just the opposite. Express boasts more than 600 image effects, overlays, and borders to “personalize any image,” along with tools to crop, resize, straighten, remove red-eye, and otherwise fix your image.
Via Android Police