Have you heard about PicMonkey Supremium? It’s a whole new level.
You have probably already tried PicMonkey at some point – because it is such a wonderful photo editor for bloggers.
You may have even upgraded to Royale because the price is reasonable and the free level has its limitations.
So why do you need PicMonkey Supremium? What does it have that Royale does not?
Actually, it has two very useful features.
But let me backpedal.
PicMonkey Free is a Good Place to Start
The free level of PicMonkey gives you access to many powerful photo editing and design features.
You can create to your heart’s content.
But, you cannot do these on the Free Plan:
- save your creations for modifying later
- use all of the editing tools. Some of the fonts, overlays, effects, frames, textures, etc. are for Royale members only.
PicMonkey Royale Gives You More
If you upgrade to the Royale level you get access to all of the editing tools that were limited on the PicMonkey free plan. And, you can save your creations to the PicMonkey Hub. This allows you to go back and edit them later.
As a blogger, I am always revisiting my old projects to tweak fonts, colors, and even image sizes – so I, of course, became a PicMonkey Royale member years ago.
I thought that I was all set. So imagine my surprise when a message popped up in my PicMonkey account saying that my Hub was Stuffed.
Stuffed? Say what?
Next to that message was an option to upgrade to PicMonkey Supremium.
Naturally, I had to investigate.
Related: Wondering how to use PicMonkey for your blog? This is the exact process that I use to create blog post images in PicMonkey.
PicMonkey Royale is Now PicMonkey Premium
Apparently, there have been some changes afoot at PicMonkey – which I was not clued into until now.
First, PicMonkey Royale is now called PicMonkey Premium.
Currently, this Premium level costs $3.99 per month or $47.88 billed annually.
You can click here to see the full set of features that it includes.
However, the main limitation of the Premium level is that you can only store up to 50 images in your Hub.
When it fills up, you need to delete some in order to add more.
Enter PicMonkey Supremium
And this brings me to the new PicMonkey Supremium level.
There are two major differences between Premium and Supremium. With Supremium you get:
- all of the features of Premium, plus
- unlimited Hub storage, and
- the ability to create Collections (or folders) to organize everything in your Hub.
At the time of this writing, the PicMonkey Supremium level costs $8.33 per month or $99.99 billed annually.
Why PicMonkey Supremium Can Save You Time
Honestly, time is money. And I am all for services that save me time.
As a blogger, my priority is creating content.
If I am wasting time searching my computer for an image or a logo file – then I am wasting time.
Having all of my website graphics and digital media organized and in one place is a huge time saver.
But – does that mean you should upgrade?
Consider This Before You Upgrade to PicMonkey Supremium
Before you upgrade to the Supremium level ask yourself this:
Is PicMonkey Your “Go To” Photo Editor?
If it is – then it really is a no-brainer. With unlimited Hub storage, you can upload and save everything, organize it into collections, and always have it at your fingertips when you need it.
Even if you use multiple photo editors, if you use PicMonkey often – it still might be worth it.
But, if you have a good system for organizing your photos in a cloud drive like G Suite or in another photo editing service like Stencil or Adobe Photoshop – then PicMonkey Premium (formerly Royale) might be good enough for you.
Personally, I would go above and beyond the free level – just for the ability to save and modify past projects.
What Are Your Thoughts on PicMonkey Supremium?
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