Whether you are a graphic designer, photographer or a blogger, you always need fast solutions to get jobs done. One of them is the need of an online free image editing tools which always come handy when you don’t have access to expensive and more professional tools.
Have a look at these 10 online photo editing websites and programs which are absolutely free and give you a big hand in crafting beautiful images.
Pixlr is free Photoshop alternative. You can work in layers, replace colors, transform photos all from your browser.
Pixlr comes in two flavors, Pixlr Editor or Pixlr Express with its own set of tools for different tasks.
Australian startup Canva is very much popular among bloggers.
Canva supports templates for infographics, brochures, posters, newsletters and more.
Use Photoshop online with limited features but with all essential tools for editing beautiful images.
Bring your ideas come to life with Picmonkey. An easy to user interface with lots of options. Free version is quite limited but still useful for regular image editing tasks.
This itty bitty online photo utility got 2.3 Million Facebook likes. Really useful for fast online photo editing.
Gimp is another free photo editor like Photoshop. GIMP provides you with sophisticated tools to get your work done. A lot of plugins are available to boost its functionality. It is available as a free download.
Based on GIMP’s technology, Seashore offers basic image editing with layers, textures, gradients and more. Available as a free download.
Originally intended as a free replacement for the Microsoft Paint software that comes with Windows, it has grown into a powerful yet simple image and photo editor tool.
Pinta is an open source downloadable software for image editing. This software provides a simple yet powerful way to draw and manipulate images on multiple platforms.
More inclined towards designers community, Inkscape is the best vector graphics software and good free replacement of Adobe Illustrator.
Which online image editing program you like the most?
Using the comments section below, let us know and we would like to hear if we missed any software worth menting here?