I first learned about Aviary a couple of months ago, back then I could only try out some of its features and wished that its other advanced features were free that time. A couple of months after, here’s Aviary finally setting its powerful suite of browser-based design tools free for anyone to use.
To set things straight this early, Aviary is not just online image editor. Like I said it’s a suite of web applications made specifically for creative people who want to create stuff and do more with their photos and creations.
Three key features of Aviary which has been added since it is now a free online app include:
- saving private files
- automatic addition of watermark
- access to all the tutorials on how to effectively use Aviary’s suite of creation tools
If you’ve used Aviary before and actually signed up for a paid subscription in the alst 30 days, here’s a good news – Aviary will refund your payments.
As a creation tool, Aviary offers you six editing tools represented by various bird species. These include:
Phonenix – the main image editing tools such as layers, masks, effects, undo history and more.
Peacock – Aviary’s visual laboratory or the effects editing tools.
Raven – the vector editor.
Falcon – the image markup tool which you can use to capture images and web pages from your browser or desktop and crop, resize or mark them up.
Myna – audio editor which you can use to remix music tracks and audio clips as well as for applying sound effects and record your own voice or instruments.
Toucan – Aviary’s color palette that you can use in conjunction with other creation tools. It also lets you inject color into your creation.
Ready to exercise your creative talents? Check out the free Aviary tools now.