Leawo Software Announces Major Sales on Their PhotoIns Photo Editor for 2022 Christmas – 2023 New Year

Leawo Christmas Deals

Leawo Software announced their highly anticipated online sales just in time for the upcoming 2022 Christmas and 2023 New Year, offering 50% PhotoIns and other up to 70% discounts.

Shenzhen, Guangdong Dec 18, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Christmas 2022 is only a few days away. Aside from the unparalleled atmosphere, family time, and sumptuous food during the holiday season, there is another thing people are always craving – discounts. In the past, Christmas sales always started after the big day, but now they have started to creep in. That is, Christmas sales arrive before Dec. 25. Leawo Software, a company specializing in multimedia solutions and data management software, today officially announced their highly anticipated 2022 Christmas & New Year Sales. Starting today, until Jan. 15, 2023, shoppers can seek up to 70% discounts on a selection of Leawo’s software, 30% off sitewide coupons, and a DVD Ripper freebie.

Of all deals, 50% off PhotoIns is considered the best, because Christmas is the time to say cheese. People are always looking to capture a memorable holiday photo or a consummate family snapshot during the Christmas holiday, but things don’t always go smoothly. For example, photos become blurry due to rainy weather, someone else appears in family photos, or the photo size is not large enough for printing. In these cases, Leawo PhotoIns, a 3-in-1 photo solution package, can solve them well. As one of the easy-to-use photo editors, Leawo PhotoIns can automatically enhance photo quality by AI, remove and change photo backgrounds via the smart algorithm, enlarge photos by up to 40X without quality loss, and more.

For a limited time, shoppers can get this advanced AI photo editor at the price of $54.97, saving $54.98. Plus, three modules of PhotoIns – Photo Enhancer, Photo BG Remover, and Photo Enlarger also enjoy a 40% discount. Specifically, Photo Enhancer and Photo BG Remover cost $23.97 each, and Photo Enlarger costs $35.97. The following is the introduction to each module.

  • Photo Enhancer – Backed by advanced artificial intelligence, this software can help people easily improve photo quality, including fixing exposure, adjusting white balance, improving color, increasing contrast, removing haze, retouching skin, fixing lens-related problems, removing freckles, enlarging eyes, and more. With the support of batch processing, photos can be instantly enhanced and output immediately without human intervention.
  • Photo BG Remover – Thanks to the smart algorithm, this software provides a one-stop solution for batch background removal, even the background around hair and the background behind transparent objects can be precisely removed. It analyzes cropping edges and automatically removes photo backgrounds. What’s more, with the manual adjustment toolbar, users can manually edit and change the background, as well as add various effects to photos.
  • Photo Enlarger – Equipped with the same AI technology as Photo Enhancer, this software can enlarge photos by increasing image resolution instead of just enlarging pixels. At the same time, it improves color rendering, reduces artifacts, and enhances detail texture, making enlarged photos as clear and sharp as the original. With the multi-function toolbar, it can remove noise to fix blurry images, as well as optimize contrast, sharpness, and brightness.

About Leawo Software

Leawo Software is a multimedia software developer dedicated to providing practical and useful software products and services to worldwide media fans. Its products include PhotoIns, Blu-ray player, Blu-ray Ripper, Blu-ray Copy, Blu-ray Creator, Music Recorder, Tunes Cleaner, Video Converter, iTransfer, iOS Data Recovery, etc. for both Win and Mac platforms.

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