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5 FREE photo editing Chrome extensions

Posted In Browser - By Techtiplib on Sunday, September 15th, 2013 With No Comments »

In this article I introduce you 5 FREE photo editing extensions for Chrome which let you easily edit photos while working on Google Chrome browser. All of them allow you to share the edited photos on various social networking such as Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr…

# 1. PicMonkey Extension

PicMonkey Extension is a FREE Extension for Chrome, which lets you instantly grab images from any Web page and open them up in PicMonkey for editing.
PicMonkey Extension

PicMonkey Extension will let you add text, textures, objects, effects, frames…, so that you can easily enhance the quality of your image and make them look attractive.

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# 2. Coolpic

Coolpic - Facebook and Flickr photos made fun

Coolpic provide you the funny props which include: hats, Eyewear, facial hair, and various other hilarious objects. With this photo tool you can make your Facebook, Picasa and Flickr photos look funny and hilarious!

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# 3. Photo Editor for Facebook

Fly Photo Editor for Facebook

Photo Editor for Facebook is the FREE photo editing Chrome extension! With this tool, you can free and easy edit Facebook photos by various useful photo editing tools.

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# 4. Fotor Extension

Fotor Extension

Fotor Extension is the FREE photo editing Chrome extension which lets you grab images from any web page and open them up in for editing or making a collage. It offers you various editing tools, clipart, effects, frames,…

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# 5. Zoominto

Zoominto extension for Google Chrome

Zoominto is a lightweight jpg zooming and photo editing application for Chrome. By simply roll your cursor over a photo, right click and select ZoomInto from the drop down menu. ZoomInto viewer opens on your desktop with the image inside. Then click and drag the viewer using the top blue bar. Finally, close the Viewer by clicking the top right red X.

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