Updated: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 08:30:00 GMT | By Joe Minihane
How to store and share your digital photos


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This critically acclaimed editing service doesn’t require you to register, a pleasant alternative to the data hungry web services that dominate today’s tech space. There’s also scope to give your photos the professional treatment, with amazingly in-depth editing functionality that’ll impress all but the biggest Photoshop and Aperture diehards.

There are three levels: Pixlr Editor for advanced users; Pixlr Express, which is billed as efficient; and Pixlr-o-matic, described as playful. The latter has an ace iPhone app which makes tweaking snaps on-the-fly insanely addictive. A decent Chrome web app means you can bypass the website and open the service up in your browser.


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