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Corel Vector

A cross-platform vector graphics tool, runs as desktop application and in-browser too.

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  • Linux
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Avg rating of 3.4 (29)| 32 comments

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Corel Vector Features

  1.  PortableCorel Vector can be used from a USB stick or similar with no prior installation.
  2.  Ad-freeCorel Vector doesn't contain any form of external advertising.
  3.  Works OfflineCorel Vector can be used without the need to connect to the internet.
  4.  Cloud SyncSync your data (notes, documents, bookmarks, etc.) across your different devices and to the cloud.

Corel Vector information

  • Developed byCorel Corporation
  • LicensingProprietary and Commercial product.
  • PricingSubscription that costs about $100 per month.
  • RatingAverage rating of 3.4 (29 ratings)
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  • English

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Our users have written 32 comments and reviews about Corel Vector, and it has gotten 196 likes

Corel Vector was added to AlternativeTo by startuplister on and this page was last updated . Corel Vector is sometimes referred to as Gravit, Gravit.io.

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mrx871
  
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Has a lot of functions on a nice environment, really intuitive and usefull.

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pufflik
  
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It's free, it's truly cross-platform (supports Mac, Windows, Linux) and really underrated. Most recent version is branded as GravitDesinger and far ahead of old web version, mentioned here.

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felixlberg
  
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Exactly. And, even worse, they don’t offer a lifetime license, like the guys from Serif do. Gravit Designer costs almost USD 100 per year, while you get Serif’s Affinity Draw for less than EUR 70 for lifetime. I’d buy Affinity if I were a Windows user still, or if a Linux version was available. So I think I’ll change to sK1, which I think is better than Inkscape.

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FlexSeal

So i'm not the only one who is miffed about them going to a 100 a year subscription model. Might as well pay for adobe products at that rate.

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cequinn
  
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I used to use gravit in my classroom as all of my students have chromebooks. Unfortunately Gravit is no longer free after being purchased by Corel.

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Guest
  
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This is NAGware which requires internet or it will not work. You need an older version for it to be really free.

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Asks to register instantaneously, after doing so, when you attempt to open a local sketch file it asks you to buy premium. And after you start the trial it tells you the sketch file you tried to open is not compatible because it was made with sketch 30+. It couldn't check if the file was compatible BEFORE asking for premium, right? Absolute rippoff.

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Megakoresh
  
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It's a good program, much easier to use than InkScape or Adobe Illustrator but after Corel bought it, the free version is completely neutered and keeps getting worse. I wouldn't use it now because you have no idea what function will be disabled next.

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Tags

  • Vector Graphic
  • logos
  • User interface
  • SVG
  • graphics
  • icons
  • illustration
  • Web Design

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