Appy Pie Offers Graphic Design Software Suitable for Both Beginners and Professionals

Appy Pie, a no-code development platform, now offers graphic design software. The new software helps beginner and professional graphic designers create stunning designs in just a few clicks.

The free graphic design software has an intuitive interface that makes the design process simple and offers thousands of customizable templates. Users can add text and photos, choose fonts, and change the template’s background. With Appy Pie Design, users can collaborate with their team, receive feedback, and adjust designs to get it just right. 

Appy Pie Design is a helpful platform to design posters, brochures, infographics, mobile wallpapers, and more. The color wheel tool from helps designers find the right color palette for their design and brand. The online photo editor can transform ordinary photographs into masterpieces with the help of features like adding text to photos, photo sharpening, and image cropping. 

“From album covers to blog infographics, you can create anything with Appy Pie Design’s intuitive user interface. The platform offers endless customization options to customize layouts, backgrounds, and text as desired. The template-based design platform is suited for designs with quick turnarounds. The software is completely online and ensures that all the graphic design creations are securely stored on the cloud,” said Abhinav Girdhar, founder and CEO of Appy Pie. 

The graphic design platform meets every designer’s needs with the beginner and advanced design tools. The organization offers 24/7 customer service support to customers in numerous languages like French, Arabic, German, and Portuguese.

Appy Pie’s goal is to empower small businesses and help them attain well-deserved success in this challenging and evolving environment.

Media Contact:

Abhinav Girdhar | sales@appypie.com | +1 888 322 7617

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ulyxx
ulyxx
4 months ago

What happened here? 🙁 I used to come here just to see the nerd banter. RIP techreport.

Tom
Tom
4 months ago

Thanks for sharing the review.

Pete
Pete
4 months ago

How the mighty Tech Report has fallen…

Kevin
Kevin
4 months ago

Umm.. this is clearly an advertisement, but it appears here as if it were an article.

Waco
Waco
4 months ago
Reply to  Kevin

Par for the course for Renee. As is forgetting to disable comments, since they’re universally negative about shovelware ads masquerading as articles. Or listicles of bullshit.

Or…pretty much anything that has been posted since the takeover by Renee.

cphite
cphite
4 months ago
Reply to  Waco

I do give her kudos for actually quoting their marketing guy directly and by name, instead of even attempting to pretend it was an article.

AnonynousGerbil
AnonynousGerbil
3 months ago
Reply to  Waco

Fairly certain it’s just an automated article generator by now.

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