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Polarr Photo Editor Pro nabs 50 percent price cut on the Windows Store

Polarr Photo Editor Pro is currently up for grabs at a 50 percent discount on the Windows Store (opens in new tab). Typically, the pro version of Polarr fetches $19.99, but the current discount drops it down to a much more tempting $9.99.

Much as you'd expect from any competent photo editing tool, Polarr has a number of different features that can help with simple tweaks to more complex tasks. As we pointed out in our Polarr review, the app can help you achieve some professional-looking edits without a ton of hassle. Basically, if you're looking for something that could help you add a bit of that Photoshop touch to your images without the intimidation that comes along with diving into Photoshop for the first time, Polarr could be worth a look.

Polarr does offer up a free version (opens in new tab) that's a solid way to dip your toes in and see if it's for you. However, if you want to jump into the pro version, which unlocks all of its features, you can grab Polarr Pro at a discount for the next 14 days.

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Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the Editor in Chief for Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl. Got a hot tip? Send it to daniel.thorp-lancaster@futurenet.com.

6 Comments
  • Worth it for full price.  Grab this while you can.   
  • Were you able to use it in the phone? The first days it was possible to install it and use it in Continuum.
  • Works great on my iphone.  
  • Great software. Like a light weight Adobe Lightroom. Very much worth it if you do any level of photo adjusting. There is also limited RAW support. Good stuff. 
  • What kind of RAW support? I couldn't find any info on their website?
  • So far in what I've tested, CR2 is supported. So you can read the full res image, make adjustments and export to a supported format. (jpg, png, etc.) DNG only reads the thumbnail, so you can't really do anything but view and edit a low res version of your shot. I still aim to test ARW and RW2 RAW formats.