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Pixlr is a robust photo editor, and some people compare it to Photoshop. I wouldn’t go as far as that.
Once your image is uploaded, you’ll get to a full Photoshop-style editing interface. That is helpful if you are already familiar with Photoshop. There is an essential selection of filters to experiment with, plus support for layers and masks for advanced editing. All the brushes and other tools are customizable, and there are quick keyboard shortcuts for commonly used options like levels and curves.
The only annoying thing is the presence of too many ads on the page where you are doing your editing. If you want to get rid of the ads, you’ll have to upgrade and pay a small monthly fee.
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Snapseed is a photo editing tool developed by Google, and it is available on IOS and Android. It is a flexible app, and it is incredible what you can do on your phone with it.
The app offers 29 tools and filters. You can go back into layers and adjust them after being set, so nothing is set in stone until you have the graphic that you desire.
They have a new double exposure feature that allows you to blend two photos together. That is really a cool feature that will help you create exciting book covers, for example.
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