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The Top 8 Free Online Image Editors

The Top 8 Free Online Image Editors
Taking photos or making beautiful digital artwork is activities most people enjoy doing. Most people have heard of, and might be familiar with, Adobe Photoshop. It’s arguably the most popular image manipulation app around, especially for professionals. However, most people’s image editing needs would be met by apps available right in their browser. While you won’t have the extensive capabilities Photoshop has, this list of the top eight image editing web apps will likely offer more features than necessary for most people in most instances. 1. Photoshop.com Photoshop.com is the lightweight version of the behemoth desktop app, Photoshop. Requirements: Flash 10+Developer: Adobe 2. Splashup Splashup is quite similar to Photoshop in respect to its interface, while offering a strong selection of tools and a few more than basic image editing capabilities. Requirements: FlashDeveloper: Faux Labs 3. Aviary Aviary offers everything from image editing to vector and audio editing. 4. picnik Picnik flauntR

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