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Compare PhotoImpact vs Fatpaint

What is better PhotoImpact or Fatpaint? We are here to simplify the process of assessing Graphic Design Software products for you. For example, on this page you can look at the overall performance of PhotoImpact (8.6) and contrast it with the overall performance of Fatpaint (8.5). It's also possible to match their overall user satisfaction rating: PhotoImpact (99%) vs. Fatpaint (100%).

Likewise, you can read their capabilities carefully to check which product can better tackle your company’s requirements. In general, any business app has to let you to immediately check the big picture, at the same time giving you immediate access to the details.

At the moment, the best products in our Graphic Design Software category are: Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe InDesign CC.

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SmartScore™

OUR SCORE 8.6

User Satisfaction

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE 99%

Pricing

Starting from $29.99

Pricing Model

Free

Monthly payment

One-time payment

Annual Subscription

Quote-based

List of Features

  • Simple Digital Art
  • Graphics tools
  • ExpressFix Mode
  • Greeting cards
  • Comic strip templates
  • Calendars templates

Pricing Info

PhotoImpact is a budget-friendly software that comes with a 30-day money back guarantee and a trial version. The full version is sold at $29.99. For more enterprise pricing details, please contact the vendor.

Languages Supported

English

Chinese

German

Hindi

Japanese

Spanish

French

Russian

Italian

Dutch

Portugese

Polish

Turkish

Swedish

Prominent Clients

Integrations

No information available.

Available Devices

Windows

Linux

Android

iPhone/iPad

Mac

Web-based

Windows Mobile

Company Size

Small Business

Large Enterprises

Medium Business

Freelancers

Available Support

email

phone

live support

training

tickets

General Info

PhotoImpact X3 is a great photo editing program designed for both professionals and beginners.

Company Email

Contact No.

Company's Address

Corel Corporation
1600 Carling Avenue
Ottawa ON K1Z 8R7
Canada

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SmartScore™

OUR SCORE 8.5

User Satisfaction

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE 100%

Pricing

Starting from $9

Pricing Model

Free

Monthly payment

One-time payment

Annual Subscription

Quote-based

List of Features

  • Photo editing
  • Vector drawing
  • Brush painting
  • Rich text
  • E-commerce option for products deisnged by users
  • Effects and blends
  • 2D and 3D transformation
  • Mutiple page layout
  • Contains thousands of free fonts, images, cliparts and brushes
  • Has full support of pressure sensitive Pen Tablets

Pricing Info

Fatpaint offers two SMB and enterprise pricing plans for users to choose from. Here are the details of each:

Freemium

  • Free use of all Fatpaint tools – in exchange for continuous display of ads

Fatpaint Pro Subscription – $9 per month

  • All features
  • No ads

Languages Supported

English

Chinese

German

Hindi

Japanese

Spanish

French

Russian

Italian

Dutch

Portugese

Polish

Turkish

Swedish

Prominent Clients

Integrations

Fatpaint integrates with MakeWebVideo.com, an online application that allows users to make animated explainer video for promoting a business, event or product.

Available Devices

Windows

Linux

Android

iPhone/iPad

Mac

Web-based

Windows Mobile

Company Size

Small Business

Large Enterprises

Medium Business

Freelancers

Available Support

email

phone

live support

training

tickets

General Info

Fatpaint is a web-based graphic design, photo editing and desktop publishing tool able to create 3-dimensional texts, logos, drawings, banner images, pages, and other graphics.

Company Email

info@fatpaint.com

Contact No.

Company's Address

Copenhagen
Denmark

Please pay attention to the fact that even though both PhotoImpact and Fatpaint may offer an outstanding array of features every app might be created for a different company size. If you are comparing features you should give some attention to a company size they are aimed at. Some elements may scale up with no problem for large enterprises but if you run a small or mid-sized company it’s usually more sensible to stay away from paying for customized features that you might never actually use.

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