PicsArt photography application for Kindle Fire HD tablet : PicsArt, the world’s most popular mobile photography application for Android smartphones, is now available on Kindle Fire HD, bringing the radically enhanced features found in PicsArt 3 to the latest Kindle tablet - the first to feature a digital camera. PicsArt is the only free, full-featured mobile photography app that combines complete functionality found in desktop editing and design tools with intuitive features that empower users to discover their inner creativity as they capture pictures, doodle or draw. PicsArt is available globally to Kindle Fire tablet users in time to enhance holiday gifting.
Kindle Fire HD photography app
Tablets are wildly popular holiday gifts and the popular Kindle Fire HD tablet tops the list of product-related search terms this season, driving traffic to the Retail 500 category among new products. Pics Art’s availability on Kindle Fire HD tablet will continue to fuel momentum as the app reached more than 30 million downloads in the first year. In fact, PicsArt expects to exceed 35 million downloads by the end of the year based on numerous requests among the PicsArt community for Kindle compatibility.
Mobile photography solution
The PicsArt application features a full art studio in a mobile photography solution, making professional-caliber tools easily accessible to the average consumer, allowing them to tap their inner artist and have fun creating their own masterpieces. PicsArt’s clean, simple and user-friendly design empowers consumers to create their unique photo styles in real-time, save them wherever they like or share them on any social media platform.
Turn pictures into art
PicsArtists will enjoy the same user experience on the Kindle Fire tablet as on an Android smartphone with the added benefit of a larger High-Definition display with polarizing filter and anti-glare technology. These enhanced features deliver rich color and deep contrast from any viewing angle, giving Pics Artists the creative license to turn their mobile photos into art.