When comparing Google Drawings vs Corel Draw, the Slant community recommends Corel Draw for most people. In the question“What are the best vector graphics editors?” Corel Draw is ranked 5th while Google Drawings is ranked 14th.
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Pro Easy to use
It lacks all of the complex features of the larger editors, but makes all of the tools it does have easy to access and understand.
Pro Free to use
Like the rest of the Google Drive suite, Draw is available to anyone with a Google account.
Pro Cloud storage
Google Draw saves to Google Drive so you can access it from anywhere at any time.
Pro Support for collaboration
Because it's integrated with Google Drive, Draw docs can easily be shared and worked on by multiple people.
Pro Efficient and intuitive UI
Pro Great for large scale prints
Corel Draw can handle large sized printing projects. You can use the feet as the unit for output size and it can still export the graphic without problems to your computer's system resource.
Pro Advanced tools for a fast workflow
Symmetry tool, pages, copy attributes, etc.
Pro Price is good
The no-subscription option is $449.00 and subscription is $198.00 per year.
Con Married to Google
Using Google Draw necessarily means committing information to their servers.
In US it costs $499, and although it's worth the money for advanced users, for ordinary users it's too much.
Con UI can be confusing for users coming from Adobe
It might need some time to adjust.