What do you like best?
Well, it is cheaper than Photoshop, but it still has a lot of great features that mirror Photoshop. It is easy to use software than has a wide selection of photo editing tools. It also skews towards beginners and has okay tutorials. It offers standard editing tools. Also, while this software may be basic, it supports a large selection of image files. The organizer is also user friendly. It helps you upload, categorize and find your photos.
What do you dislike?
The whole thing just looks kind of dated and advanced when compared to Photoshop. With all editing software, there are a lot of editing tools and there is a steep learning curve. It just takes a while to learn to use the software fully.
Recommendations to others considering the product
It is good, but it just feels like a cheap copy of Photoshop. I would spend the extra money to get Photoshop.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
We do a lot of in-house marketing and design. For our advertisements, we shoot a lot of video and photography ourselves. Since our marketing department is on a strict budget, when bought this software because it was cheaper. PhotoPlus is good for the money and for our needs, but I feel an advanced user may be frustrated by the skinny offering this software has.