Cookie Policy

Last Updated: October 20, 2021

We use cookies to provide our Users a better experience when using By visiting, creating an account on the website, or by using any of Picmaker’s services, you are accepting the provisions described in this Cookie Policy, to the extent permitted by law.

Welcome to (“Picmaker”, “we”, “us”, and “ours”). We are a product of Animaker Inc., designed and created for the purpose of providing Users (“User”, “you”, “your”, “they”) an incredible graphic and photo design experience. Please read our Cookie Policy carefully to fully understand how we use cookies and why we collect cookies, and to attain information on how to modify your cookie settings. By accessing our website, creating an account, or using our services, you are providing your informed consent to Picmaker to use cookies pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

1. What is a Cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on the User’s computer or device when the User visits a website. Cookies are mainly used for the website to remember your computer or device, and to provide easier access to parts of the website, making the website more efficient when Users make return visits. Overall, cookies are designed to benefit both the website and to enhance User experience; however, should a User wish to opt-out of sharing his/her/its cookie data, they may view the “Managing Your Cookie Settings” section below for instructions.

2. Types of Cookies

There are many different kinds of cookies, each with unique properties that perform different functions. Below is a list of the various types of cookies that Picmaker may use in conjunction with other websites, along with a description of the cookies’ functions to help you understand how we use these cookies.

a. Session Cookies

Session Cookies are used when a User accesses the website and clicks through various links within the website to move from page to page. These cookies are only temporarily maintained by the website, and are deleted after the User closes each session. Session cookies help track User traffic through the website and the pages that are most frequently visited and/or connected with other pages.

b. Persistent Cookies

Persistent Cookies are cookies that are permanently stored on the website. These cookies are designed for convenience, and track information such as log-in information, menu preferences, language, and region preferences, etc.

c. Strictly Necessary Cookies

As the name implies, Strictly Necessary Cookies are required for the website to function properly. Access to certain parts of the website and information retention from page to page are examples of how strictly necessary cookies are used to ensure that a User is able to properly navigate the website.

d. Functionality Cookies

Functionality Cookies share similar functions with persistent cookies, such as maintaining your language preferences, retaining log-in information for faster access to the website, and remembering choices that a User has made in the past.

e. Performance Cookies

Performance Cookies are designed for the purpose of gathering information to improve the website, but they refrain from identifying the User. Websites keep track of Performance Cookies to see which pages are accessed more often than others.

f. Marketing Cookies

These cookies enable us to identify future prospects and personalize sales and marketing interactions with them.

g. Analytics and customization cookies

These cookies collect information that is used to help us understand how our websites are being used or how effective our marketing campaigns are, or to help us customize our websites for Users.

3. Information Our Cookies Collect and How We Use Cookies

Picmaker’s cookies will collect information such as the User’s IP Address, geographic location, and web browser language. Collecting this data helps inform Picmaker of where our website is used and who our customer base is.

Picmaker uses cookies to (1) enhance User experience, (2) collect data about the website, (3) use data to improve website function, and (4) ensure the confidence and security of User information. Examples of information that Picmaker tracks to better each User’s experience include saving the User’s preferred browser language, website preferences, and log-in information.

Picmaker also features various recommendations, from template designs to marketplace vendors. Our cookies will track and store information to provide Users with better, and more appropriate recommendations for, which templates the Users may want to use for their designs and which vendor options best suit their needs.

4. Managing Your Cookie Settings

A User may restrict, block, or remove cookies through his/her/its web browser settings. For additional information, links to the cookie settings for the most popular Internet browsers are provided below:

Google Chrome:

Mozilla Firefox:

Internet Explorer:


Microsoft Edge:

Picmaker complies with all Cookie Laws and Regulations related to the collection of cookie collection by allowing its Users to change which cookies Picmaker is allowed to collect. You can easily change your cookie settings in your account settings, by navigating to “My Account” -> “Settings” -> “Cookie Settings.”

5. Updates to the Picmaker Cookie Policy

From time to time, Picmaker may update this Cookie Policy to remain compliant with various changes to the governing rules and regulations in the United States, other countries, and the relevant governing bodies. Any time the Picmaker Cookie Policy is changed, we will update the “Last Updated” date at the top of this Cookie Policy page. Picmaker will notify all registered Users of any substantial changes to our Cookie Policy by sending an email to the email account used to register for a User account on

6. Questions or Additional Information?

For further inquiries regarding our Cookie Policy, please contact us at