Its time you need to convert all your boring Photos into some special ones with the use of Pixo, which is a excellent Image Editing Software useful in brushing your Images easily. Once you download and install the software on your computer, the software application will open and show you the following interface which looks completely clean.
Next you can Drag & Drop any Image from your Computer to the Pixo Editor. Pixo offers you with a list of different effects on the right side section which you just need to click once to activate. When compared to the other Image Editing Softwares where you need to select multiple options for different brush effects etc, in Pixo you just select the one which comes in the form of a thumbnail preview and activate it.
The software accepts most Image Formats which can be directly Dragged & Dropped into it to start editing. The only two functions it can provide is editing the Images with different effects and sharing them with others. The software supports any size of Images, but if you try to load very Large sized Images, you will find a progress bar following which after a few seconds it will load. Hence, its recommended to wait for the Image to be loaded instead of just closing the Application. The software allows you to directly email Images once edited though its not recommended because this can lead to errors, hence save the edited Images onto your computer and then share them through your email account.
You can even Print a Image which is edited with the different effects, using the option available in the Top Left navigation section. Overall a simple application which should be available for free but the same costs 12$ for the licensed copy. The software is better than FotoFlexer, but cannot beat the Photo Editing Software Pizap.
Note : There seems to be some issue with the software because of which the Paste Function is totally disabled, hence if you Cut or Copy anything on the computer while Pixo is running, you cannot Paste the same. May be the developers would have done this intentionally or it would be a bug which only the Pixo Team can let us know.