Photopus makes it easy for you to edit all of your photos at the same time, also known as “batch editing”. Among the things that this software lets you do are rotating, resizing, flipping, and cropping. You also get the opportunity to make use of different effects and filters, which would take considerably longer to add if you were attempting to edit each photo individually. This is especially true given that the software works extremely quickly even when handling large numbers of photos at the same time. Regardless of how many photos you are editing, the biggest advantage of this program is that it is easy to use. The intuitive interface and simple but effective features make it possible even for novices to save time by batch editing their photos.
There are, however, some drawbacks to Photopus as well. One of the biggest ones for those who like to use shortcuts is that the software doesn’t let you use a drag and drop feature, something increasingly common with most programs. Another issue is that, although Photopus supports several different programs, including but not limited to BMP, GIF, JPG, PDF, TIF, CINE, JBG, and more, editing RAW images requires the pro version.