Review: Pixel Studio FX 2.0
Presentation is one of the most important factors when it comes to selling products. This is because, despite of the age old proverb that warns us against judging books by their cover, people still tend to buy things that look pretty to them, regardless of the quality of its content compared with that of its less presentable competitor. For that matter, e-cover creators are in demand as of late, and Jimmy Kim’s Pixel Studio FX is one of the best sellers. Now if you have used this product in the past, you might find yourself interested in its new and improved version, the Pixel Studio FX 2.0.
This 2.0 version of the Pixel Studio FX is upgraded with features that are derived from user feedback. This means that it now has the features that its fans have been asking for, on top of all those that made the product a best-seller in the past. As with its previous version, the software is still a cloud-based application, and it allows you to create your own e-covers through a drag-and-drop interface that includes over 200 templates in 23 niches. This new version of the product will be available for $67.
Pixel Studio FX 2.0 is set to launch later today, September 19, 2016, at 9:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. If you want to know more about it before you make your purchase, be sure to bookmark this page and come back shortly after the product’s launch, as we will update this post with a full review.