Pickit Photo Finder is a service that lets you find photos across a wide array of categories that can be used for PowerPoint presentations, blog posts, and more. The app is now universal, and is available for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile devices.
Here's what you get with the service:
- Featured Collections – Easy access to the best images within certain categories and themes, all curated by the Pickit team.
- Upload – An easy way for photographers to upload their photos to Pickit, offering them the chance to make money from their best images.
- Personal Collections - Your favorite images can be saved and stored for future use. The profile crosses all platforms, allowing users to browse, download and create their own collections of images within the Pickit app, website and Office add-in.
- Cortana integration – You can vocally request images of cats, and Cortana will then open the app and perform a search.
- Cinemagraph support – Make your presentations stand out through moving images, which are marked with the Cinemagraph icon.
The free version lets you access all the photos in Pickit's library. There's also a paid version that costs $9.99 a month, which lets you submit image requests, and download full-size images. You can also earn money through the service by submitting your original photos, receiving payment whenever your images are downloaded. For more on how it works, head here.
We're also giving away a year's premium subscription to Pickit (worth $109) along with a Lumia Treasure Tag to three people in our latest photo contest.
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