What Is Vectra? – Online Vector Graphics Editor.

By Tanner Abraham •  Updated: 08/17/22 •  4 min read

Vector editing becomes more and more an essential necessity if you want to be a good graphic designer. Regardless of what your specialization is, sooner or later you will need to resort to the use of these tools. Mainly due to its great versatility when making illustrations, icons or isotopes for brands and logos. Working with strokes with vectors is extremely simpler than with pixels, and throughout this post we will share a tool that is worth knowing. Vectra is an online vector editor, yes online, so you will not need a super computer to use this web app.

This article will serve as an introduction and at the same time a review of this tool, so that after reading it, you yourself can draw conclusions about whether or not it is worth acquiring it. We’ll be highlighting both the pros and cons of Vectra, so you’re guaranteed a full review. With that said, let’s cut the chitchat with this introduction and get right into the article.

Advantages of using Vectra.

Let’s start with the good things that Vectra has to offer for vector work:

Those are each of the positive points that we were able to gather from Vectra in our research and use. It is undoubtedly a very practical and functional tool, ideal for beginning designers or for quick projects.

Software Disadvantages.

Unfortunately nothing is perfect in this life, and Vectra is no exception to that rule. Below we will list each of the disadvantages that we could find of the web application:

Those are each of the most significant drawbacks we could find of the app. In itself it has more benefits than inconvenience, but its limitations may be its biggest Achilles heel.


In general, Vectra is a good tool; it meets the most basic of vector editing software. However, it is a program that is doomed to be inferior to other options on the market. Mainly due to the lack of multiple tools and functions that help a lot in vector projects. I would say that it is a web app designed to carry out projects that are not very complex or to make quick edits from the browser.

Tanner Abraham

Data Scientist and Software Engineer with a focus on experimental projects in new budding technologies that incorporate machine learning and quantum computing into web applications.

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