Picfull provides user with simple online photo editing. The user selects a photo from their computer and uploads it to the application. The basic editor includes a list of effects to work with. The user can choose from vintage dark, colored dots, old photo, two colors, yellowed, line coloring, vintage, aquarelle, sepia, color separation, glow, color stains and many more. Clicking on each filter option presents the user with additional slider bars that give them more ways to refine the filter to their specifications. The user can undo a filter until they find one they like. After saving the photo, the user has the option of sharing it on Twitter or Facebook or by email. Edited photos can also be sent to the user’s email address or downloaded.
Picfull was created to give users a quick, easy way to apply fun filters to their images. The site offers a very basic service, which might explain why it hasn’t received a significant amount of attention from internet users. Although no one can deny that Picfull is simple and user friendly, it leaves a lot to be desired in terms of variety. Users can’t add anything to their images or make any significant changes other than the filters.
The main difference between Picfull and other photo editing tools on the web today is the lack of features. The site looks good and includes some attractive filter options however that’s about the extent of its offerings. The user cannot make any extensive changes such as cropping, resizing or adding stickers or other elements. There are many web and mobile applications that provide significantly more features and options so users can do more with their photos.
Picfull’s layout is very clean and tidy. The user is greeted by a pale color scheme and wide open sides. The interface is also well-organized and easy to use. Of course it is difficult to clutter up an interface that contains a limited number of features to begin with. The user can scroll down through a filter list and click on each item to access two or three sliders associated with each filter.
Picfull doesn’t offer a registration option to its users. Visitors can get started by clicking the green “Edit your Photo Now” button positioned at the center of the homepage. Doing so takes the user to the photo editor where they can upload an image from their computer. From there, the user can immediately begin making changes. After finishing, the save button in the upper, right hand corner allows the user to view their completed image and share it through email or social networking.
Picfull gives users access to all of its features for free. There are no subscription fees and the user doesn’t have to pay a fee to edit or download their photos. The site doesn’t offer any kind of registration option, either, so charging a fee would be difficult. Users can return anytime they want to edit a photo. Users can only work with one photo at a time in the editor.
Picfull is difficult to recommend only because it lacks in many basic photo editing features that other applications offer. Users who only want to change the coloration of their photos can visit the site and quickly make those changes. The site also includes a few convenient sharing options that work through Facebook, Twitter and email. Other than that, there is little to entice a user to choose Picfull over the many other photo editing tools available on the web.