Yesterday was India’s 75th Independence Day and in honour of this occasion, Picsart – which is a social photo and video editing and creative platform – have added two more local Indian languages to increase its accessibility within India. From August 15, 2021, Picsart has now added Tamil and Marathi languages in addition to the earlier-existing Hindi and Bengali languages.
User can use several India-centric features and local communities can portray their love for India or make other creative content through the platforms offerings like Indian music, fonts, exciting stickers, replays and more. To make Independence Day extra special, Picsart has also further introduced four new Indian text fonts, Indian music, and exciting stickers and replays that will allow users to create special content to portray their love for India.
“75th Independence Day is both special and emotional for all Indians. It reminds us of the sacrifices many made to get us here. Picsart is proud to be a part of the celebration and celebrates it by introducing two new languages Marathi and Tamil in the app alongside the existing languages of Hindi and Bengali. In doing so, Picsart aims to reach the local communities to help encourage them to create content in major Indian languages and share with the world”, said Ravish Jain, Country head at Picsart, India, said in the press release.
Picsart is available for free on Apple, Android, and Windows and can also be accessed on the web. Picsart Gold is available on a monthly or annual subscription basis for those wishing to enjoy premium editing. With Picsart Gold, subscribers have access to millions of stickers, hundreds of fonts, frames, and backgrounds, and an entire library of free-to-edit content and stock photography.
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