Best online photo editos from the whole Web! Edit images, adjust pictures, remove backgrounds.

FotoFlexer: What Happened to Old App? 10 Best Alternatives

FotoFlexer is a free online photo editor created over 10 years ago by Arbor Labs. In 2019 the image editor app was updated with new features such as filters, stickers, frames. But many old FotoFlexer cool features has gone. The editor used to create collages, animate pictures easily, remove photo background, make collages and smart pop art pics. Besides, FotoFlexer edited pictures from Facebook, Picasa, Flickr photo albums, and processed images from your computer. FotoFlexer has changed tremendously! Let’s sort out if it’s good or bad. What are best alternatives to old FotoFlexer? (more…)

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No More Image Editing with Splashup – Closed in 2014 [List of New Alternatives]

Splashup is a free online photo editor, which has lots of advanced picture editing features such as layers, brushes, filters, canvas, etc.  Unlike other online photo editors created for fun photo editing such as Picnik, Pixlr-o-Matic or PhotoMania, Splashup is considered to be a photo editor for professionals. But…

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PicMonkey Come Out! What’s in Old & New PicMonkey Versions?

For 3 months in 2012, the whole Internet community was boiling from the news about sudden Picnik shutdown. Picnik was a tremendously popular online photo editor. Since April 2012 it does not exist any longer. Google, the Picnik owner, suggests everyone switch to Google+ network or Picasa as a Picnik replacement. But these options do not attract all hard core Picnik fans. However, there’s a hope for the good. Meet PicMonkey, a new and dead simple Picnik alternative made by ex-Picnik developers.

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How to Create a Gorgeous Calendar Online with HP Creative Studio in 2021? Easily! Switch to Canva!

I have been looking for a good online calendar maker for… half a year!!! I already started thinking that there were no people on the Internet who would think out this simple idea of an online calendar creator for us. Thank God, I was mistaken. Ladies and gentlemen, I was pleased to find free HP Creative Studio!
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Edit Images Directly in Microsoft Word Online Photo Editor Better Than in MS Paint

I’m not very good at PhotoShop and I mostly use MS Paint to edit images. It’s one of the quickest ways to edit image in Microsoft Office suite. Recently Microsoft guys have introduced a lot of good tools in online Office 365. Just imagine my frustration and amazement when I discovered that Microsoft Word has tons of image editing features like MS Paint! (more…)

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Top 10 Free Online Image Resizers for Email in KB & Pixels [Without Losing Quality]

Now to make a big picture smaller or vice verse is not a problem. You don’t have to install photo editing software for Windows to shrink photos quickly in megapixels, pixels, kb (kilobytes) or cm/inches. There are many online image resizers that help crop, compress and cut HD images easily so you can send them by email, upload to Facebook, post as an avatar in a messenger. (more…)

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Facebook Photo Apps: Native vs. Third Party

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Most of us share photos on Facebook: family get-together photos, photos with friends, pictures from vacations. Usually we do a bit of image editing before posing them. There are 3 ways to edit photos for Facebook: desktop software, a native Facebook photo app or a third party photo application. Today we will compare only web apps made by Facebook team and third party tools produced by independent developers. (more…)

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