Download PicsArt For PC, Laptop – Windows 10, 8, 7, Mac

Download PicsArt / PicsArt for PC: PicsArt is a free, all-in-one, photo-editing and drawing app and a social network. It empowers users to transform photos into works of art, express themselves, inspire and get inspired in turn. The app combines a vast variety of features into a highly acclaimed user-friendly interface. PicsArt features a photo editor, drawing tool, and a collage maker in addition to various camera enhancements including a video feature.

The PicsArt Photo Studio (PicsArt) app is available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Windows 8.1. Currently, the app is distributed through the App Store (iOS), Google Play,, the Windows Phone Store, and the Windows Store.

PicsArt App includes hundreds of individually customizable masks, effects, borders, frames, clipart items, fonts, a fully equipped drawing tool, a collage maker, a video feature and many other editing tools.

PicsArt’s social network lets users accumulate followers and followings, share photos and drawings, interact with other users and join contests. In the Contest section, users can find photography, drawing, and design challenges. Users can also directly share their images instantly on other social networking services like: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+, Flickr, Foursquare, WordPress, DeviantArt, Dropbox and more.

PicsArt also publishes the PicsArt’s Daily Journal, with photography and drawing tutorials, news, interviews, feature articles, and galleries that promote art and users from the community.

PicsArt was founded by Hovhannes Avoyan and Artavazd Mehrabyan. It was first launched in November 2011 for Android devices.

PicsArt App Features


Photo Taking and Importing

PicsArt has a full-featured camera option with a 1:8 digital zoom and photographic controls for brightness, sharpness, saturation, white balance, ISO, time lapse and burst mode.

Various pre capture filters include interesting lighting effects, attractive borders and textures, bokeh (creative blur options) and a rather weak collection of “artistic” filters that are simply colored light streaks. Four additional special effects give you control over color, saturation, contrast and exposure, including a Color Splash effect that converts the captured scene into a black-and-white image, with only one user-selected color retained.

In addition to opening your photos from your device’s camera roll or your PicsArt online gallery, you can import them from your accounts on Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Picasa, Google or Dropbox.


Like Pixlr, PicsArt offers a large range of editing tools with great creative control. What sets PicsArt’s photo editing apart is the cleaner and more intelligent interface that’s easier to master.

PicsArt’s editing module is divided into eight categories: Tool, Effect, Mask, Draw, Text, Callout, Lens Flare and Sticker. Each of those categories includes a substantial library of powerful options. For instance, Tool includes Crop, Selection, Clone, Stretch, Adjust, Curves, Resize and other highly useful features. Some of these open a sublibrary, such as the icons within Adjust for controlling brightness, contrast, saturation, hue, shadows, highlights and color temperature. Similarly, PicsArt’s vast collection of filters is categorized into somewhat intuitively named Fx, Blur, Artistic, Pop Art, Paper, Distort, Colors and Corrections.

Even more important than the extensive selection of tools and options are the comprehensive user controls over each. For instance, when we used the Blur effect on our portrait, the app provided us slider control over hue, distance, angle, noise and fade, plus brush size, opacity and hardness. We enjoyed creating custom frames by adjusting the outer and inner border sizes, color, corner roundness and opacity. In addition, you can brush on many effects and tools for very localized edits or apply them globally. There’s even a Draw section that we used to doodle on our photos. (We also could have created an original drawing on an empty canvas or a selected background.)

In addition, you can combine several of your photos into Collages, using the provided templates or custom placing. You can add multiple photos at once or one picture at a time, shuffle the pictures automatically, or tap and drag to move pictures to specific locations. Each photo may be zoomed and dragged to define a particular area you want to display. You can also apply a different effect, blend mode and opacity level to each photo in the collage.
You can purchase frames, fonts, effects and clip art (ranging from $0.99 to $5.99 per package) in the app’s shop section.


PicsArt lets you easily share your images to major social networks like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and WhatsApp, as well as with the PicsArt online community. You can also share via email or Messenger, or set photos as your device’s wallpaper, regardless of your device’s operating system. However, unlike with Instagram, you have to share to each social network individually, rather than concurrently.

Similar to Instagram, PicsArt offers a built-in community where you can follow people, as well as like, repost or comment on their photos. It can search your other social networks (including Instagram) to find users to follow.

The Social Network

Registered users (PicsArtists) have instant access to the PicsArt Social Network. The Social Network is free and available for anyone who is 16 years old or older. All photos on PicsArt are under 24-hour review for mature content. Registered users upload images to their personal pages and have the ability to like and comment on each other’s work. Users can follow their favorite PicsArtists as well as amass a following of their own. The Social Network is organized into sections: Explore, My Network, and Contests.


In the Explore section, users can browse streams of photos being uploaded by other users in the PicsArt community. Users can browse through four sub-sections: Featured, Recent, Tags, and Artists.

Users can also access posts from the Daily Journal by clicking on banners at the top of the Explore section.

My Network: Following Stream

In the My Network section, a user can see a stream of photos that have been posted by his following (users that they follow). Like-wise, a user’s photos will appear in the My Network section of another user who is part of the former’s followers.


PicsArt offers three different regular contests: the Weekend Art Project, the Drawing Challenge, and the Graphic Design Challenge.

The Weekend Art Project: The Weekend Art Project is a weekly photography contest that takes place over the weekend. Each week there is a different theme. Themes alternate between specific subjects and approaches.

The Drawing Challenge: The Drawing Challenge is a weekly drawing contest in which participants use the PicsArt app to draw works of art based on weekly themes that span a vast array of subjects.

The Graphic Design Challenge: The Graphic Design Challenge is a bi-weekly contest in which participants use the PicsArt app to create graphic designs by combining images, texts, clipart, and editing and drawing tools. Each contest has a different theme.

Download PicsArt For PC, Laptop – Windows 10, 8, 7, Mac

picsart for pc

  • You need to go through following steps to get PicsArt App on your PC. You need to first check that your PC has got latest version of graphics drivers otherwise this app won’t work.
  • Install BlueStacks app player on your PC.
  • Use BlueStacks search tool to find PicsArt Android app. You’ll find it on Google play store.
  • Install the app by following on-screen instructions.
  • Download PicsArt 

About PicsArt:

In 2012, the app rapidly gained popularity, achieving 35 million installs in its first year.
The iOS version was released in January 2013 for the iPhone, then expanded to include the iPad in May 2013. By January of 2013, PicsArt had almost 2 million unique daily users and 4 million registered user. In April 2013, PicsArt hit 50 millions installs. In October 2013, PicsArt released its first issue of PicsArt Monthly – downloadable monthly magazine.

By its two-year anniversary, in November 2013, PicsArt reached 90 million installs, nearly tripling in size from its first year. Active monthly users approached 30 million.

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In December, PicsArt was released for Windows Phone.

In January 2014, PicsArt was released on all devices that support Windows 8. By March 2014, PicsArt continued its rapid growth reaching 100 million installs on Android with over 30 million active users, over 60,000 images uploaded daily and a community of over 11 million PicsArtists In June 2014, PicsArt was released on all Windows 8.1 PCs, devices and tablets. This marked PicsArt’s first leap from handheld phone devices and tablets onto personal computers. Nearing its third birthday, PicsArt has achieved 175 million installs with over 50 million monthly users and 19 million PicsArtists in its social network. The app has maintained and increased its rapid growth rate of over 7 million installs per month.

In February 2015 the company has announced the closing of a $10 million funding round from Sequoia Capital. This is the first outside investment for this Armenia-based (an Eastern European country that is emerging as a strong contributor of tech to the startup world) company. The company is growing strong with over 200 million downloads and over 60 million active monthly users.

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