Cloud Based Photo editing

Cloud based image editing software is here.

Pixlr combines image design and paint tools with photo editing and adjustment features more convincingly than any other online image editing program. Whether creating an image carte-blanche, layering one image over another or using a variety of filters, effects and level adjustments to transform photographs, Pixlr is equally capable of producing results on par with many of its software-based counterparts. Yet, despite its deep feature-set, Pixlr remains facile, intuitive and, most importantly, user-friendly.

When it comes to online image creation and design and photo editing, Pixlr is among the best, offering users a unique blend of tools and features to craft and polish images and photos from virtually anywhere with a proper Internet connection and browser-type. However, given the role that photo-sharing and social-networking sites like Flickr and Facebook are playing in contemporary Internet culture, Pixlr takes a slight step backwards for failing to include many of the commonplace integrations used by other online image editing programs to make imports and exports to and from these sites simple and seamless.

Nevertheless, for users simply looking for a rich and reliable tool set, there are few programs better than Pixlr.

Cloud Computing is Internet-based computing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand, like the electricity grid. The main advantages are easy accessibility from anywhere that has a computer and Internet, and reduced strain on the computer, since the server hosting the software handles the vast majority of the load.

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