A Completely Honest FotoJet Review
Have I mentioned how much I love FotoJet?
I have previously worked with PicMonkey and Canva but more recently I have been exploring FotoJet.
I am absolutely loving it.
It has so many great features and it is super easy to manipulate designs to make exactly what you want.
But hold on, what is Fotojet and why do I need it?
What a wonderful question.
Fotojet is a FREE web-based graphic designer, photo editor, and collage maker.
1o reasons why you need Fotojet
Super simple to use
No installation required
No registration required
800+ collage layouts and templates
All of the editing tools you would expect
Beautiful font choices
Custom color choices
Great photo effects
I began with a FREE account to see how much I can do without paying.
Personally, I use the editing and collage tools the most. However, I have also been playing with the other design tools quite regularly.
FotoJet is fully compatible with Windows 7/8/10, Mac OS X and Linux. It is recommended to be used with Internet Explorer version 10.0 or higher, Firefox 10.0 or higher, Safari 7.0 or higher, and Google Chrome 14.0 or higher.
If you do not own the right to the photos do not use them. They are copyright protected.
If you choose to upgrade to FotoJet Plus, you will get additional benefits:
- All advanced features.
- 30+ premium fonts.
- 20+ premium photo effects.
- 300+ premium clip art images.
- 30+ premium shapes.
- 30+ premium overlays.
- 20+ premium frames.
- Priority support service.
Currently, only FotoJet Plus subscribers can save their photo work as a project file for later editing.
A monthly subscription is currently $4.99 (reduced from $9.99).
An annual FotoJet subscription at only $34.99 per year is a great deal.
It breaks down to $2.91 per month reduced from $4.99 per month so it is definitely affordable.
This is especially good since PicMonkey recently changed their pricing structure.
They do not offer a free account anymore and the annual membership is $47.88
Well technically PicMopnkey does offer a free membership but you cannot save your edits so there really is not much point to it. Read more about that HERE.
FYI, I had a paid PicMonkey account but I recently jump shipped for FotoJet.
I also had a free account over at Canva but overall I find FotoJet better suits my needs and desires.
Now back to the subject at hand…
Either way, free or paid, I am very happy with FotoJet.
Try FotoJet for FREE by clicking HERE.
What do you feel the ideal set of tools should include?
Please let me know in the comments below.
P.S. Mine is that I want to be able to save my edited images in the platform, save custom background colors and save custom font colors.