If you’re like me and you’ve converted 100% to Chrome OS, then you’re always on the lookout for quality web apps that will work on your Chromebook.
Vectr is one such quality web app.
A free vector graphics design app, Vectr launched in September of 2016 on Product Hunt, and announced their app in the Chrome Web Store via Medium two months later.
I love the fact that Team Vectr chose to specifically launch this app for Chromebooks. Many apps are web based, and work fine on Chromebooks but rarely do developers take time to market directly to Chromebook users. It’s nice that someone out there cares about us Chromies.
It can be downloaded and installed on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebooks (via the Chrome Web Store), or the app can be used right inside your browser on any of those platforms without downloading or installing anything.
As far as performance goes, I like it. Vectr might not have the longest list of features yet, but what it does, it does well. It’s easy to learn and has a simple intuitive UI.
Download Vectr from the Chrome Web Store
For tutorials and a user guide, check out www.vectr.com
Also, don’t forget to check out their Chromebook launching media kit on Medium: Chromebook Media Kit
For a full review of Vectr, check out this post from itiswhatitis.tech – Vectr Review