Top Desktop Logo Maker Software Programs

I have scanned the net to find the best Logo Maker Software Programs so that you don’t have to! These tools will make creating a logo a lot easier than using a full fledged software like Adobe Illustrator or even Photoshop.But let me add that, if you are skilled in  illustrator or photoshop then use them for better quality output.

1. AAA Logo Maker

Price: $49.95

Comes with a free trail (though it was useless as  i could not print or publish the logos in trial version to see how they actually looked on a website or paper). They have some nice business logo objects which can be mashed to create good quality logos.

 

2. Logo Design Studio

Price: $37

This one is a complete design suite from Laughing Bird Software. You can create professional looking logo graphics including animated logos, business cards, letterhead, and also splash pages. Loaded with a pack of 380 logo templates to mix, mesh and create.

 

3. Quick Logo Designer

Price: $39.95

Output your logo in 9 image formats including JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, BMP and PDF. Provides 2200 pre designed logo templates and more than 5000 vector graphics for easy logo creation. I have tested the software with the trial version but found the graphics and templates average quality.

 

4. Logo Smartz

Price: $39.95

Comes with 1800+ pre-designed logo templates, 5000 vector graphics, 1500+ taglines, 300+ fonts and more than 6 image formats to choose from.

 

5. Sothink Logo Maker

Price: $35 / $59.99

Professional logo maker software with 300+ logo templates and 4000+ vector graphics. There are 2 versions available – Logo Maker and Logo Maker Pro. The Pro version includes advanced tools like Master Color Wheel and Hand Drawling Tool.

 

6. Summit Soft Logo Design Studio

Price: $29.99

Logo Design Studio from Summit Soft gives you over 1500 logo templates and over 5000 logo objects to mix, edit and create your own logos.

 

 

 

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