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Edit photos like a pro with Fotor for just $70

Perfect for web designers and bloggers, Fotor is packed with powerful editing tools that will help you create and customize stunning images in seconds
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May 26, 2020
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When it comes to image editing software, most platforms tend to fall into one of two categories: either powerful yet complicated or simple and lackluster. Fotor Online Pro, however, manages to sit somewhere in the middle, offering handy design features that don’t overwhelm the user or their pocketbook, and a lifetime subscription is on sale for over 85 percent off at just $70.

With Fotor by your side, you’ll be able to quickly edit photos, retouch images, design new content from scratch and much more—all without having to navigate needlessly complex browsers and editing menus.

Perfect for web designers and bloggers, this all-in-one visual content solution allows you to import and work with a wide range of files without needing third-party conversion software, and Fotor’s trove of professional-grade editing tools is ideal for fast and thorough edits.

You’ll be able to choose from a variety of pre-made templates, customize both pre-existing and new designs of your own creation, and use Fotor’s HDR technology in order to digitally enhance any photo with a single click.

It’s also easy to share your content directly to the cloud for streamlined distribution to social media platforms and websites—saving you the time and hassle of having to individually export and format each image for a specific medium.

Get pro-level editing at a fraction of the price with a lifetime subscription to Fotor Online Pro for just $70—over 85 percent off MSRP today.

Prices are subject to change.

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