2 Best free online image editing tools
If you ever had dealt with image editing you know how important is to acquire and use professional software. I am not speaking here about “Paint” in MS Windows which is integrated by default and is free, by the way. I am using it excessively when picking up some photos and inserting some text, cropping, cutting and doing something which doesn’t require designer’s skills. Anyway, when I had to do some real image editing, I got confused. Photoshop or Adobe Fireworks is pretty expensive – too expensive for me, plus they are too sophisticated for me, I need something more simple and free. Gimp? It’s a cool piece of software, but you have to install it and still learn to use it, which requires time and dedication. If I need some image editing right now, it’s not an option. Then I came over a simple idea – why not try to use online image editing tools?
So, it all comes down to this: I’ve got 2 online image editor sites, all free of charge. You can easily edit and work with your photos and pictures from these sites, and they don’t even need any registration. You are free to edit your images and photos whatever you like in minutes, besides you don’t have to download any additional software.
For those who want an advanced tool, I suggest working with Fotoflexer.com
It’s the most elaborate feature rich online photo editing tool I have used so far. If you like Photoshop or Adobe Firework, you will pretty much also love this one, because you can find and use a number of similar effects that were only available on expensive image editing software.
Ability to set a full screen;
User friendly interface and image editing tools;
Wide range of effects for professional results;
Advanced tools for professional designers;
The last, but not least one is the online-image-editor.com
One more great online image editing website.
Apart from all the obviously included image editing features here are some peculiar ones…
Possibility to overlay your images with predefined animations;
Ability to convert, sharpen, and reduce the size of any animated gif file;
Ability to create your own twinkle star animation.
That’s it for a decent image editor choice, at least from my point of view. I am sure, there are much more than just those 2 tools on the web and some might be even better, but if you want to save time and nerves, the ones I reviewed are more than enough.