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Pixoh: Image Editing Made Easy!

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.

pixoh image editor
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.

Key features:

  • Edit big images—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, resize—many more are in the works
  • Unlimited undo and redo (Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y, or ⌘Z and ⌘Y on your Mac)
  • Nondestructive scaling, rotating, and cropping—we always work from the original

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  1. yeah right, thats true sometimes i get confused when i must do some picture to complete the work

  2. Some ppl do not know how to resize or crop images with local software and I was searching for such a service some weeks ago. I foundthis one, but pixoh seems to be even better. Thanx for the hint.

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