FireAlpaca

FireAlpaca 1.0.17

A free image editor with great potential

FireAlpaca is a free image editor that lets users create and edit digital images from the comfort of their desktop. View full description

PROS

  • Support for layers
  • Easy to navigate
  • Lots of special effects and filters

CONS

  • Ads that open at program launch are annoying
  • Still a little buggy

Very good
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FireAlpaca is a free image editor that lets users create and edit digital images from the comfort of their desktop.

Like other free photo editing programs such as Photoscape, FireAlpaca includes a variety of different tools that let you view, optimize, edit and print your digital images.

Although it's not quite as comprehensive as a paid photo editing program like Photoshop, FireAlpaca comes with a surprising amount of tools, some of which include a color picker and a good variety of special effects and filters.

FireAlpaca's interface is easy to navigate and simple to use if you are familiar with photo editing at all. If you're a beginner, it might take some time to figure out which features do what to your photos. This will just take a bit of experimenting on your part. Fortunately, FireAlpaca also provides helpful tips and hints via pop-up on occasion if you need them.

FireAlpaca makes its money to continue developing the program through advertising. While it's a necessary evil, it can be a little annoying to have to deal with ad pop-ups every time you launch the program.

For a free alternative to Photoshop that lets you edit and customize digital images with ease, FireAlpaca is a solid option.

FireAlpaca

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FireAlpaca 1.0.17

— User reviews — about FireAlpaca

  • Swag comany

    by Swag comany

    "Useful"

    It is very good for beginners and it is easy to use for drawing . More.

    reviewed on August 23, 2017

  • Otters_

    by Otters_

    "Save your work often, still glitchy, but great! SAVE YOUR WORK OFTEN"

    Can destroy your precious work if poorly closed. Very buggy at times (requires semi-strong computer) Still a free draw... More.

    reviewed on October 13, 2014