Online image editor-Pixlr
There are plenty of online image editors out there, but it can be tough to find the right one. If you’re looking for a few filters, a bit of layer support, and a decent range of tools, Pixlr might be the one you want.While it’s not the most full-featured image editor you’ll ever use, Pixlr makes it fairly easy to do some sophisticated (and unsophisticated) things with images online.You’ll be familiar with its tools from using desktop apps like Photoshop and The Gimp, but it’s rare to see so many advances options in a web app.The Flash-based web app has an impressive set of tools, from a text engine that can use nearly any font available on your computer to layers and filters for masking and effects, respectively.Incredibly, there’s even a multilevel undo! You can import images from your machine or via URL, or paint something up yourself, and either way save it to your desktop. It’s fun to play around with, though quickly frustrating if you’re used to more powerful tools.
Some of the Pixlr perks that surprised me: opacity sliders! Layers and transparency! The collection of filters includes halftones, scanlines and pixelation. Common (but useful) features like hue/saturation, resizing, and brightness/contrast are also intact. Next time you find yourself on a computer without Photoshop, you might also find you don’t need it.The application supports layers, filters and most basic editting tools and when you are ready you can save the image to your desktop as a JPG or PNG.