Wal-Mart Photo Editor is set to become the first of its kind.
The company has reportedly been looking to launch the service for some time now, and the company has announced that the service will be available on all its stores on May 18.
The feature is described as an “interactive digital photo editing platform”, with the aim of providing users with the tools to “create, edit, and share photos that capture their essence and emotion”.
The feature will be accessible to both paid and free customers, and it will allow users to edit images of the company’s various merchandise, and then share it with other users.
The free version of Photo Editor will include unlimited editing, while the paid version will have a limit of one edit per user per 30 days.
The service will allow the user to save the edited image, as well as export the image to a photo editor app for use elsewhere.
The photo editing feature will allow for the creation of photos for your personal or business website, as opposed to the ones available on the app store.
A screenshot from the free version image editor source Wal-mart Photo Editor source Photo editing and sharing in the digital age Source: Flickr / Alistair Turner