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CoreIDRAW Graphics Suite 2019 for Windows or Mac: €19.95/month billed annually or €239.40/year, or buy at €629,00
CoreIDRAW Home & Student Suite 2019: €89.95

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Overall CorelDraw is a good vector graphics program and has good capability for the price point.
Its a wonderful product overall and covers all needs for anyone needing a design software. The costing is so much better then Adobe and its much easier to use.

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sean g.

Design, self-employed

Used weekly for 2+ years

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Coreldraw offers maany amazing features and is easy to use.

Reviewed 2 years ago

CorelDRAW does what many tools fail to do properly in terms of the price you pay for the software, open-source software offers many tools that don't live up to a paid version of CorelDRAW or other Photo editing or graphic creation tools. Image tracing is something I use a lot and with much other software, the traces end up losing a large portion of their quality and border integrity, with CorelDRAW I've not had issues with image trace and image effects. The Creation tools on CorelDRAW are very comprehensive and offer a wide variety to choose from, allowing for a greater creative margin.

Pros

CorelDRAW is a piece of software that offers a comprehensive array of tools and features that are easy to use and moderately simple to understand. There are no real issues with software deployment and cross-platform use. Customer support is efficient within reason, and CorelDraw offers a lot of support and guidance, especially for newcomers to a platform that has been around for many years and has progressed with market expectations. There is a wide variety of tutorials online for the software for aspects anyone is unsure of and they cover every aspect of the software.

Cons

Installation of the software and be a little frustrating at times as the last time I attempted to install CorelDRAW it had some issues with my current version of windows and only opened the first time after installation, I installed an earlier version and it worked fine, admittedly at the time, I was using Windows 7, which was at the time unsupported by windows. Some of the features, unless you do extensive research do take time to understand if you haven't used them before. When first opening Coreldraw there is an overwhelming amount of tools to choose from and I feel this does not present with a user-friendly environment.

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Evelyn F.

Marketing and Advertising, 1-10 employees

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Traditional and Trustful Design Software

Reviewed 2 years ago

CorelDRAW is a great designing tool trying to regain the niche it used to have in the past. Powerful, full of features, but it is difficult to learn if you came from a software as InDesign or Inkscape.

Pros

You can design barely anything on this tool. The user interface is great.

Cons

It is somewhat expensive. Many people is not familiar with the way to employ this software. It is not as common today as it was in the past.

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Christina D.

Professional Training & Coaching, self-employed

Used monthly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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CorelDraw- amazing vector software when you don't need all those Adobe bells and whistles.

Reviewed 2 years ago

I wouldn't keep paying for Corel every year if it wasn't worth the cost. The software feels very intuitive to me, and is easy to become fluent with. It has so many features that I still don't even fully understand how to use, but with the help guide and large user following, it's easy to figure out. And the stuff that I do use, it's really good at.

Pros

The features I use the most are the image trace and vector editing. I first learned CorelDraw when I was working as a laser engraver, and it was relatively easy to learn compared to Adobe products. There is an extensive support forum and help guide that you can use if you aren't sure how to use a feature, or even if you aren't sure what feature you need to achieve a certain effect. Now that I own my own business, I bought my own license for the software and use it to design all of my custom products, company apparel, and most of my branding and marketing materials.

Cons

I do wish there were more image editing tools such as background eraser and a wider selection of filters and automatic presets for photos.

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Savannah T.

Apparel & Fashion, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 6-12 months

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CorelDraw

Reviewed 4 years ago

Overall I like CorelDRAW based on the value of the product in someone ease of use.

Pros

Very users friendly and there are a bunch of tutorials that you can watch to figure things out. Less expensive than adobe creative cloud. You can either buy program or purchase a subscription.

Cons

It takes a bit of getting used to and trying to figure the different options within Corel draw. It doesn’t have a whole bunch of extra add-ons. You need various products to work in conjunction with it.

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Jonaths B.

Design, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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Essential program, but needs improvement

Reviewed 3 years ago

In general, Corel Draw is helping me to solve my business problems. What are my business problems? I needed an application suite where I could create a layout: flyer, business card, banner, billboard, newspapers, magazines and also pieces for social networks and Corel Draw with its versatility helped me a lot. I have been a Corel Draw user since version 11, I have been using it since 2005. As time...

Pros

The Corel Draw application suite has features that are necessary to have a great workflow. Some features are impactful like the font manager, something very useful, as it is not necessary to install the fonts (typography) in the computer's operating system. Another good feature is the possibility of working with scale. This allows us to create a layout for cars, buses and billboards in a quiet and wise way. The product is very versatile, simple and easy to use. Integrating it with my business processes is extremely easy, enabling a very fast and productive learning curve.

Cons

The Corel Draw suite has many features that are excellent, but you need to improve many details. When working with many geometric points (or vectors), Corel Draw has a little difficulty in processing, even on a computer with a great processor, video card and memory. Another detail to be improved is the need to have more fluidity in some effects, to add existing effects on competitors: Adobe Illustrator...

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Chemicals, 1,001-5,000 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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CorelDRAW - A Comprehensive Vector Graphics Editor

Reviewed a year ago

Overall, CorelDRAW is an excellent vector graphics editor that offers a wide range of tools and features for creating professional designs. Its intuitive user interface, vast library of templates and clip art, and robust set of drawing and photo editing tools make it a favorite among designers and artists.

Pros

Intuitive User Interface: CorelDRAW's user interface is well-organized, customizable, and easy to navigate, making it simple for both beginners and professionals to use.Vast Library of Templates and Clip Art: CorelDRAW has an extensive library of templates, clip art, and fonts that can be used to jump-start any project.Robust Set of Drawing Tools: CorelDRAW offers a wide range of pen and brush tools,...

Cons

Steep Learning Curve: While CorelDRAW's user interface is intuitive, it can still take some time to learn all of the software's features and tools.Resource-Intensive: CorelDRAW can be resource-intensive, particularly when working with large files or complex designs. This can lead to slower performance on older or less powerful computers.Limited Compatibility: CorelDRAW's file formats are not always...

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Higher Education, 5,001-10,000 employees

Used other for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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“Awesome Graphic Designing Software”

Reviewed 4 years ago

CorelDRAW is an excellent software that I used for a long time for my graphic designing work. I use this to design advertisements, logos, leaflets, and greeting cards for my university clubs and all. This software is really extraordinary and capable to make something beyond expectations. I highly recommend this software to use u all who interested in graphic designing.

Pros

CorelDRAW is capable to use easily and I like the extraordinary features it has. Fast opening of design projects is one of the features I like in this software. It consists of perceptive tools which lead this software for fast opening. When we want to prepare posters, brochures, and cards immediately, we can begin it with accessible templates without beginning it from scratch. CorelDRAW consists of...

Cons

In my opinion, there are not many disadvantages in this software. This software is a bit expensive and some people cannot afford it. Sometimes it is difficult to learn the functions in this software for beginners. In my computer sometimes CorelDRAW software is lagging when using it. I hope these downsides will recover in the new version.

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Design, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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My preferred design software!

Reviewed 8 months ago

Corel Draw has been essential to my sign writing business over the years and has given me the tools to develop my marketing portfolio also so very positive experience wiht this software.

Pros

I have used this software for around 10 years for vector art for sign writing and for marketing design for online and print ads. It is full of functionality and a lot of elements of it are easy to use. Being able to send images to other Corel software it great and the functions for sign writers are good.

Cons

There is so much functionality that is not always obvious what it achieves. I have had to study the user guides and teach myself some functions which are more fiddly however for someone with advanced education or formal training with this software I expect it would be easier. Ten years in I am still learning new techniques with it. It is definitely not the cheapest option on the market but it is a professional tool.

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Tim k.

Information Technology and Services, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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The easier,cheaper route to desktop design excellence

Reviewed 2 years ago

The competition in the market for desktop design software is very much skewed against the success of corel draw, but it surprisingly has stood the test of time.Most powerful and popular design software really takes alot of time to learn in a useful manner. Coreldraw is the opposite, especially for those of us who have design intersecting with their work, but not neccessarily being their main Job. Team members who learnt with coreldraw rarely used other tools except the rare occassion to make a file suitable for sharing.

Pros

Once you setup corel, the design environment is straightforward to get started with, and functionality is easy to decipher from the available menus.

Cons

Because its not the default design software most people use, you have to always be deliberate and considerate of how you manage your design files to be compatible with other software.

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Hicham S.

Computer Software, self-employed

Used daily for 1-2 years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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What's the verdict on CorelDRAW? Our pros and cons review will help you decide

Reviewed 2 years ago

Not sure how to use a certain tool in CorelDRAW? No problem! There are training videos available right within the app, so you can get up to speed quickly and easily. This is a great feature for beginners who are just getting started with the software. Con #2: The learning curve (three sentences): While CorelDRAW does offer some helpful in-app training videos, there is still a bit of a learning curve...

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If you're a creative professional, you know that having reliable cloud storage is essential. With CorelDRAW, you get unlimited cloud storage, so you can rest assured that your files are always safe. Con #1: Limited free trial (three sentences): One downside of CorelDRAW is that its free trial is quite limited. You only get 7 days to try out the software, which may not be enough time to really get a...

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If you're starting from scratch, be prepared to spend some time learning how to use CorelDRAW. The software can be difficult to master, and there's a steep learning curve. However, once you get the hang of it, you'll be able to create some stunning designs. There are also numerous online resources to assist you along the way... CorelDRAW also comes with a handy tutorial that walks you through the basics...

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Angela B.

Retail, self-employed

Used daily for 2+ years

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CorelDRAW is a great alternative to Adobe

Reviewed 4 years ago

As a small business owner and illustrator, I needed a program that would allow me to create excellent illustrations that could be professionally printed, but not break the bank. CorelDRAW's interface is intuitive, and I can customize it to suit my needs. It has all of the tools I desire, or create my own, and allows me to export to multiple formats to suit my needs.

Pros

I create a good number of vector-based illustrations for my clients and my products. CorelDRAW is less expensive than other programs but still features most if not all the bells and whistles like an intuitive interface, a long list of tools and brushes, and exporting of files in .eps, .ai, .psd, .pdf formats. I don't require customer service fro the program very often, but when I did, they were there to help solve the issue quickly and efficiently.

Cons

Like any power-hungry illustration program, it can be a bit laggy unless you have a high-end computer, but most illustrators will have one anyway. Since Adobe is the industry standard for illustration, there are more apps and templates available. CorelDraw has some through their community, but not as vast as Adobe.

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Marcos C.

Entertainment, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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CorelDRAW is king when you have to print professionally

Reviewed 3 years ago

Where I live and work, if you don't work with CorelDRAW, you will not get reliable results in the printing process. So, the ease of knowing what a design will look like is fantastic. The pricing's a bit iffy and software stability can be an issue.

Pros

CorelDRAW has been the defacto interface between design and professional printing (such as offset and digital printing on a large scale) for decades. Adobe Photoshop has taken over for smaller applications, but if you go to a proper, old school, big and storied print shop, they expect you to be working with CorelDRAW. This makes it very easy to get predictable results from designs.

Cons

Up until recently, CorelDRAW had a very restrictive business model which made it expensive for smaller businesses. They've now implemented a hybrid model with subscriptions available, but they are still a bit more expensive than the competition. My biggest gripe, though, is that the software itself can be buggy and crash out quite a bit.

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Erik M.

Computer Software, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Old but still gold.

Reviewed 3 years ago

9/10 Good price, you learn a lot using this, it's like training wheels for graphic designers

Pros

I loved it because it is the software for begginners, its simply to use and once you can dominate and learn how works, you can jump to another software more complete. Or you can still using this one.

Cons

Its like a little old, and it need some upgrades to keep competing with newest software.

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Arts and Crafts, self-employed

Used weekly for 2+ years

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Fantastic to use with a Wacom tablet or iPad

Reviewed 5 years ago

I was first introduced to this in grad school. I went to an art school and I got a free copy there. After a few years when that software was a bit outdated, I got the latest one. I used some other products and I'll be honest there's not a lot of variation in what this can do for me, but I find this one the easiest to use and for me that makes all the difference. I do a lot of pen and ink stuff, then I use Photoshop for revisions, edits and tweaks; and I'll use CorelDRAW for stylistic tweaks --you know, like vector something.

Pros

A lot of great features and tools. One reason I tend to go back to this product a lot is because of the different pen tips. I tend to use this with other products like Photoshop, Illustrator and so on, but with that said, I don't use this to it's full capacity. I'm a pen and ink artist, but I do use CorelDRAW for some digital additions or to experiment and for touch ups. I purchased this a while back, but I was able to download this on all my devices and that was great so now I can use it on any device. Definitely my Mac and PC have the most use with this but I use it for light sketches on my iPad too. There's a lot of advanced features here, but I haven't used it extensively. I like that there's a subscription service and a one time purchase too.

Cons

I don't think there's really any cons. This can be expensive for some. But this is very high quality stuff. I also use Adobe Illustrator and I'd put the two on par. I'd only maybe prefer Illustrator because it's a bit easier for me to work with both Illustrator and Photoshop, but it's very easy to move vector images around here. Inkscape is a free vector imaging program which works incredibly well. I'd honestly suggest tinkering with that if you are just dabbling, but if not, I think this is a decent purchase with no real cons. Of course, this is coming from a person who uses this product a lot but not to its full potential.

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Dustin B.

Religious Institutions, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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I've used CorelDRAW since version 1.2!

Reviewed 9 months ago

Overall I am a devoted user even though I have lost countless hours of work from the software crashing mid job. Auto save has NEVER worked. It is still my best option for Graphic design even with its flaws.

Pros

CorelDraw is affordable and is an excellent tool for T-shirt art. It is great for spot color design and separations.

Cons

There are always new glitches in each new version Some never get fixed. The screen-printing users are widely ignored by Corel Corp. when we number in the millions of users. The two greatest features that should have been added years ago are the mixing of spot colors at on single point in a fade or fil, and universal color swap within a document regardless of tint.

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Pratik P.

Design, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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DTP Mastering Solution with Ease. Multipurpose Vector Illustration Design Suite

Reviewed 3 years ago

Highly Professional and Productive. Vector Design and Exports with Ease. Multi type of Suite Programs.

Pros

CorelDraw Universal Acceptance, Online Application, Proofing, Heavy Workloads. Largest Number of Export Data Formats.

Cons

Monthly Subscription is Expensive but there should be a free Viewer. For Managing the Digital Designs and Documents.

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Architecture & Planning, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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coreldraw - perfect for layouts

Reviewed 5 years ago

we use it for layouting plans, text and renderings. as soon as one understands how the software works one can produce great layouts within short amounts of time.

Pros

powerful tool when it comes to layouting plans, text and renderings. images are referenced, so any change of the image is also done within corel, which is great and saves a lot of time. we created a number of templates, so for different uses like presentations, competitions we use different templates. this saves time and energy to concentrate on the quality of the work displayed. with many export options, nearly any professional software can be addressed, like photoshop or illustrator.

Cons

the price. corel draw is a professional software, with very deep and complex workflows and possibilities, this comes with a price.

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Ajay kumar G.

Information Technology and Services, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 1-2 years

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Good Desiging tool for all

Reviewed 5 months ago

CorelDraw is very good designing software but compare to photoshop lot of features missing in CorelDraw. It's too slow processing and some tools are not working correctly So, completely I am not comfortable with CorelDraw.

Pros

CorelDRAW is Similar to photoshop all photoshop will easily handle to the CorelDRAW. They providing lot of Image editing options, and price wise very less compare to photoshop.

Cons

Pen tools not working properly Image and editing options are very complicated. More number of feature missing compare to photoshop it's very hard to handle Drag and Drop. It's not supported for low configuration laptops. Completely I am not comfortable with CorelDraw .

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jouvann j.

Import and Export, 51-200 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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CoralDraw is the best

Reviewed 5 months ago

CorelDraw first helped me edit images now i can make adverts when my company employs more people and its very effective. This program is very cheap and fun to play with even if you have nothing to do. It makes everything you edit look very professional.

Pros

-Reasonable price -Good for beginners -Comes with a lot of pre-loaded functions -Easy to learn and handle -Compatible with all windows

Cons

-buying addition programs cost a lot -not part of more complete packages with constant updates

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Bodo S.

Automotive, 11-50 employees

Used weekly for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Good solution for Vector Drawings

Reviewed 5 years ago

I have used Corel Draw to make presentation ready drawings (for print and presentations), where simple Powerpoint Sketches wouldn't do. It allows us to generate technical drawings.

Pros

I've been using Corel Draw for >15years and it has always been my go-to package for vector drawings. It offers a shorter learning curve than Adobe Illustrator and an overall lower cost. The ease of doing paths (including spline/bezier control) is unique and makes using it fast and efficient.

Cons

Corel Draw has gone through a few iterations and development stalled for a few years, hence it's not up-to-date with the latest features (i.e. 3D, workflow integration).

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Jedrek M.

Apparel & Fashion, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Value buy.

Reviewed 3 years ago

CorelDRAW is the value buy. It follows an old-school pricing model where you buy the software at the beginning and then you are done. No financing and being dinged month after month. This is great because you can pay a 3rd of the price of the leading competitor. That being said, if you need photoshop, adobe would be the way to go! If you just need an art software for designing logos, corelDRAW!

Pros

Corel has all the features you need for artwork designing. It is simple for beginners and complex for veterans. Does the job at a fraction of the cost. Buy outright at the beginning (no monthly fees)

Cons

It is not the market leader. Most people are working in Adobe so sometimes the transition of files isn't loved. The software becomes outdated and you need separate software for each computer.

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Richard A.

Graphic Design, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Great value for money!

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

CorelDraw has different versions, one, an improvement on the previous. I'll like to say, it's by far the easiest vector graphics application by every standard above it's competition. In every version of CorelDraw, the design approach and dashboard opens up your creativity with intuitive tools and design values with no limits.

Cons

For design shops to major press outfits and newspaper publication like ours, we find that CorelDraw has a low learning curve compared to Adobe products, Gimp and others. Unfortunately, there is no version for Mac

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Onica M.

Marketing and Advertising, 1-10 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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Perfect vector graphics software for me

Reviewed 4 years ago
Pros

It is a very intuitive software and has all the tools so anybody who understands the logic, will be able to create very nice things. Also I love the online app.

Cons

Somehow it's expensive, but the annual plan is a good solution.

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Alex G.

Printing, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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CorelDraw is still the best for a sign shop business!

Reviewed 6 months ago

Amazing, powerful and will be using it for years and years to come. Very user friendly and makes me a super hero when I am using it.

Pros

The price and the features of CorelDraw is not to ignore. Its the most versatile graphics software in my opinion.

Cons

The CorelDraw App is not as robust than the actual software. But I understand because its a web based software.

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Josiah A.

Graphic Design, 11-50 employees

Used daily for 2+ years

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Review in Quality

Reviewed 3 years ago

One business problem which I have solved is creating of better and easier comprehension of ideas of large companies around me.

Pros

I really like the interface of the application, as it is easy to use while designing, the toolbar and colour palette are well arrange to use. It has good quality over some apps.

Cons

The area where I have challenge on the app is the area of area of payment for subscription. Considering the price stated, it is way too high for some countries to pay. That's why you see pirated version of the software.