Data visualization builder infogr.am has relaunched its site to include a professional package that gives paid subscribers the freedom to use the infographics they make offline.
Much like Visual.ly and Piktochart, Infogram has a range of templates for visualizing data with infographics and charts. Users can either enter the data manually or import it from Excel or similar programs; and can also add videos, pictures, and text. The interactive infographics can work on any device.
In the pro version, the finished charts can be downloaded as PDF or PNG files.
Founded in 2012, Infogram boasts 300,000 customers who have created approximately 700,000 “infograms.” Publishers that use the tool as a white label service include Washington Post, VentureBeat and The Next Web.
“Our aim is to change the way people work with visual information online and offline,” said infogram founder Uldis Leiterts in a statement. “Data is beautiful, we just need to make visualization simpler.”