Top 10 Free Online Photo Editors

Are you looking for a online photo editor to give your photos a quick boost? Look no more. Poto Editor website handpicked 10 photo editors you might find useful. Why go through the hassle of purchasing and downloading expensive software when you have free online editors? In this list we focused only about editors created using HTML5 as Flash support is deprecated in latest web browsers.

1. Polarr Photo Editor

This is like a web based version of Adobe Lightroom. You can load multiple photos to this editor and edit them one by one. It doesn’t matter if you’re new to photography or a pro, Polarr has it all. The best thing is this tool is also available for Windows, macOS, ChromeOS and Linux. Also there’s a mobile version for both iOS and Android.

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2. Fotor

Fotor is a free all-in-one online photo editing tool catering to all your photographic and image creation needs! There are many filters, frames and text styles available.

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3. Canva Photo Editor

If you’re looking an editor to do some simple adjustments, Canva is the best tool for that. Nothing complex. It has all the basic adjustments you need.

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4. piZap

Free online photo editor piZap is available in both HTML5 and Flash editions, making it suitable for any device. You can choose to work with a photo from your hard drive, Facebook, Google Photos, Google Drive, Google Search, or a catalog of stock images. This is an impressive choice, though some of the stock images are only available to premium subscribers, and you’ll need to watch out for copyright issues if you use a pic straight from Google Images.

piZap’s editing interface has a dark, modern design that makes heavy use of sliders for quick adjustments – a system that works much better than tricky icons and drop-down menus if you’re using a touchscreen device.

Like Fotor, piZap offers lots of stickers, with many more available to users with a paid account. All the options have a fun, cartoon aesthetic (though some of the clipart is a bit corny), and together with the meme tool that adds custom text to the top and bottom of images, prove that this is an online photo editor created with social media sharing in mind.

Interestingly, piZap also includes a cutout tool that lets you superimpose a selected area of one picture over another. This works well, and isn’t something we’d expect to find in an editor designed chiefly with silly memes in mind.

When you’re done, you can share your creation on all the biggest social media networks, as well as piZap’s own servers, Dropbox and Google Drive. Alternatively, you can save it to your hard drive, send it via email, or grab an embed code.

You can only export your work in high quality if you’ve opened your wallet for the premium editor, but for silly social sharing that’s unlikely to be a problem.

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5. Photopea

Photopea is an advanced image editor, which can work with both raster and vector graphics. It is just like online version of photoshop. They inspired the same user interface of Adobe Photoshop software.  You can use it for simple tasks, such as resizing images, as well as complex tasks, such as designing webpages, creating illustrations, processing photographs and more. The best thing is it can open PSD, XCF and SKETCH files.

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6. FotoJet

FotoJet gets you up and running with quick enhancements to your photos without a lot of fuss—and with no image editing experience necessary.

If you’re looking for software that’ll get the job done without overwhelming you, the basic EditEffectOverlayFrameText, and Clipart tools will satisfy most users. And for all the clipart aficionados out there, FotoJet gives you searchable access to Google’s library of clipart for free.

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7. BeFunky

BeFunky is known for its special effects, as evidenced by the Layer Managerfeature at the top of the main toolbar.

A pulldown menu, accessible from each major section—EditTouch UpEffectArtsyFramesGraphicsOverlayText, and Textures—lets you toggle between the photo editor, designer, and collage maker, which all have free and premium elements that you can refine with slider adjustments. The free version has a huge roster of elements and styles in addition to a mind-boggling array of stickers, fonts, and backgrounds. And the Paint mode lets you lay in effects with the paint brush rather than having to apply it uniformly through the entire shot.

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8. Aviary

This is a product by Adobe. It lets you apply a number of different effects onto your photos, from a very intuitive interface that is very simple to work with.

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9. Picozu

Picozu is a simple and convenient editing application that users can quickly jump into. Best for beginners and users who do not need a whole lot of powerful editing tools.

Perhaps the most popular HTML5 online photo editor, Picozu is an easy to use tool that is loaded with features. It is based completely on HTML5 and CSS3, making it independent from Flash. This also means that users will be able to edit all of their materials on the internet. This online editor is especially ideal for users looking for a wide range of filters.

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10. DeviantArt Muro

Specifically built for artists, DeviatArt lets users edit as well as use a number of tools to create art. Users looking for more drawing tools than editing tools will certainly enjoy this application more.

Users looking for an outlet for their creativity, should check out this html 5 photo editor. While DeviantArt muro is simple, it has a pleasant interface and offers some neat layering options.

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