If you like graphics that are shared on social networks for several years and have a strong viral power, then you’ll love Piktochart. This tool allows you to create professional infographics without having any knowledge in graphic design.

Once you get on Piktochart, you will be able to choose the template that best suits you from a wide range. You can then edit the data set by integrating your own images, diagrams, and even videos. You can then save your graphics in several formats: jpg, png and even html to better integrate your videos. The free version gives you access to 7 themes. You now have no excuse but to present your data dynamically and increase your share of potential on social networks.

Piktochart is definitely worth the free version, as you have access to fantastic tools from sign-up. However, there is a few limitations to the free account, including graphic upload and template limits. But if this is a tool you know and love, the paid versions won’t break the bank and they open up Piktochart to its full potential.

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Piktochart Lite for $15/Month

  • Access to all templates
  • Image upload limit increased to 100mb

Piktochart Pro for $30/Month

  • Access to all templates
  • Image upload limit increased to 400mb
  • High resolution image exports
  • High quality PDF exports
  • Piktochart watermark removal
  • More privacy options
  • Integrated export platforms

As with many monthly vs annual plans, it is cheaper if you purchase by the year ($150 for lite, $290 for pro). Regardless, unless you need super high resolution, to stock graphics in the Piktochart database, and have no tool to remove the Piktochart watermark, the free version of this tool works great!