Do you ever find yourself wishing you could resize a picture, crop, or rotate it – and you just don’t have the software to do that with easily? I do all the time. I’ll be on a computer and not have access to photoshop and want to mess with an image, maybe just to throw it up on my blog here.
Enter Pixoh. Pixoh is a web-based image editor that allows you to do all that easily. Basically, they took all the most common things you might use in a computer-based image editor, stripped out all the complicated parts, and put it on the web for anyone to use for free.
You can easily grab an image from a website, by using the bookmarklet or by entering the link address of the image. Alternatively you can just upload one from your computer. You can see a video of how it works here.
It’s simple. It’s easy. It wins.
- Edit big imagesâ€”up to 10 MB, or 5000×5000 pixels
- Import pictures from any web site (including Flickr) with our bookmarklet
- Flickr export, or save as GIF, JPG, PDF, PNG, or TIF
- Basic editing tools like crop, rotate, resizeâ€”many more are in the works
- Unlimited undo and redo (Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y, or âŒ˜Z and âŒ˜Y on your Mac)
- Nondestructive scaling, rotating, and croppingâ€”we always work from the original