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Adobe Spark vs. PicMonkey , which win?

Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is an integrated suite of storytelling applications for the mobile and web developed by Adobe Systems. It comprises three separate design apps: Spark Page, Spark Post, and Spark Video.

PicMonkey

PicMonkey

PicMonkey is an online photo editing and design service. It can be accessed from a web browser, or through the PicMonkey mobile app. PicMonkey's mission is to empower everyday creatives to communicate visually. It is headquartered in downtown Seattle, Washington.

Overview

Developer Adobe Systems
PicMonkey
Initial release May 19, 2016
    Available language English
    English
    OS Supported Windows
    All
    Platform
    • OS X
    • iOS
      Website spark.adobe.com
      www.picmonkey.com

      Different between Adobe Spark and PicMonkey

      Developer Adobe Systems
      PicMonkey
      Initial release May 19, 2016
        OS Supported Windows
        All
        Platform
        • OS X
        • iOS
          Website spark.adobe.com
          www.picmonkey.com

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          kimanh Adobe Spark

          It takes almost no time to create a video or graphic. I've used Spark to make some jazzy content for professional training. I liked that it's easy to add images, video, music and narration to a video, which can be finished and posted on YouTube in less than an hour (if you already have the ideas fleshed out).

          Adobe offers this for free and you can easily post it on Vimeo or YouTube.

          A child could put together a video.

          Thor Adobe Spark

          The most important limitation is that the projects are not exportable to layer formats, so the generated content is subject to only the adobe sparks handler, it would be interesting a software for desktop that can work the same even more tools of adobe sparks for users less experienced with other more robust suites.

          comficker Adobe Spark

          Ease of use combined with useful templates. cross-platform use. it allows for various levels of expertise, from beginner to expert. the interface is easy to understand

          spiderman Adobe Spark

          Limited to mobile devices and web browsers makes this a difficult option for professionals. bit prescriptive at times. and sometimes clunky. the cost from Adobe is very high and it is the single biggest issue I have

          bprager PicMonkey

          Personally, I had used PhotoShop and many other graphic tools. PicMonkey is one of them as well. I do find it a fantastic tool, second to Canva. (other more popular online graphic design tool) It also has got an affordable price point compared to Canva or Snappa. (another less popular graphic editing tool) If you don't want to invest too much on a heavy-duty program like PhotoShop that contains a lot of features, PicMonkey maybe a better alternative for you. It contains a slick and fast user interface to work with. It also has got less functions than PhotoShop, but it is easy to use and master the basics. Moreover, it offers great flexibility in terms of opening up images saving them from various storage media.

          ironman PicMonkey

          PicMonkey offers only a miserable 7-day trial. I was hoping they would give us a longer trial period. At the least, a 14-day trial will be so much better. Well, freebies always come with constraints, I guess. And also that banner advertisements in the software interface that can distract your attention if you are using a FREE account. I also discovered that there is no upload of custom logos or graphics option in the software. As you will experience, anything that is designed to give you great productivity and ease of use, will limit your customisation needs and constrain your workflows and ideas. E.g. I found that moving and placing images are constrained by the nodes (points) of the selected object or text. It is not so free and flexible compared to doing the same thing in PhotoShop though.

          Marina PicMonkey

          PicMonkey offers only a miserable 7-day trial. I was hoping they would give us a longer trial period. At the least, a 14-day trial will be so much better. Well, freebies always come with constraints, I guess. And also that banner advertisements in the software interface that can distract your attention if you are using a FREE account. I also discovered that there is no upload of custom logos or graphics option in the software. As you will experience, anything that is designed to give you great productivity and ease of use, will limit your customisation needs and constrain your workflows and ideas. E.g. I found that moving and placing images are constrained by the nodes (points) of the selected object or text. It is not so free and flexible compared to doing the same thing in PhotoShop though.

          Thor PicMonkey

          I can't think of anything that I dislike about this software. However, when i owned a PC, the software did crash a few times. But that was probably my laptop and not the software. I've owned a MacBook Pro for several months now and I've had no issues.

          Alena PicMonkey

          The editing software is not complicated to use. I can click through and work on a project without getting frustrated or confused like other more complicated software. I make create Pinterest images and edit images for my blog and website. I use the software so frequently that it was a no-brainer for me to upgrade to the paid membership though I did work for years on the free version. I like the extra editing tools I can use after having upgraded my membership. I run a small business and I am not sure I will need any other photo editing software!

          Sonja PicMonkey

          The editing software is not complicated to use. I can click through and work on a project without getting frustrated or confused like other more complicated software. I make create Pinterest images and edit images for my blog and website. I use the software so frequently that it was a no-brainer for me to upgrade to the paid membership though I did work for years on the free version. I like the extra editing tools I can use after having upgraded my membership. I run a small business and I am not sure I will need any other photo editing software!

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