Picjoke is a free online editing tool that lets you breathe new life in to ordinary photographs. Instead of using the complicated Photoshop, try using this web app to send funny edited photos to friends and family instantly. You don’t need to follow any complicated steps to put effects on your images; this tool has everything. Below, we will explore more about the software, its limitations and good points.
Picjoke Editing, It’s Easy as 1-2-3
Do you want to turn your images into Pop Art? That’s possible using PicJoke. You will find that great effects and filter. Let’s turn your photograph into a fine example of Pop Art, just by following these easy steps.
1. Search and choose the effect that you want to apply to the image.
2. Follow the instructions and create your artwork.
3. You just have to wait for a few seconds for the confirmation of edited image to appear on your screen.
4. Share it with your friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, email or you can paste the code to display it on your own website.
Falling in-love with the “Joke”
All users will find it easy to use the application because the website supports multiple languages.
In a previous post, we listed amazing software to create fancy Christmas and New Year photo frames. Picjoke was one of them. Although you can only edit photos online, its accessibility on mobile browsers and easy-to-use navigation made a recommended website. But apart from that, they also provide us with a number of effects and filters that are not available on some mobile apps.
The quality of the images produced by the website is quite good enough to print. If you choose not to print it, you can still keep it on your hard drive and use them as e-cards.
However, comparing it with Photofunny.net, we found some things that were lacking. Photofunny allows the user to apply any of the available filters to an image. When you’re satisfied with it, you can rotate it then add text to your photograph. You only need to click on next, crop the photo and then click finish. If you are happy with the results, you can either download the finished image or send it to your friends. But for a free website, PicJoke is a tough cookie to break. Its interface and list of effects is one of a kind when it comes to online editing pages.
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