Free online photo editing for the BlackBerry PlayBook

Photo Editing PlayBook
By Adam Zeis on 21 May 2012 04:27 pm EDT
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Often times you may find yourself wanting to edit some images on your BlackBerry PlayBook. While there is a small seleciton of apps available, as forums member edyb pointed out, there are also plenty of free online editors that work great on the PlayBook. In my experience the best is pixlr.com, but there are others that appeal to different users as well. Keep reading for the full list, then play around a bit with each to see which you like best (let us know in the comments). Be sure to hit up the forums and let us know which one is your favorite.

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Online photo editing for the BlackBerry PlayBook

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Free online photo editing for the BlackBerry PlayBook

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hold on......... ok there we go. thanks for reminding me to post them. you now have 3 million more apps within what? 30 seconds?

takes time man and if you have a playbook youll see like 20 more every day.

doesnt happen overnight.

Pixlr is like putting a desktop experience on a tiny screen...I don't really like a desktop experience on a tiny screen!

The only thing I would do is plug a large screen into the playbook and use this with a mouse and keyboard.

GOT A QUESTIONS ON THIS PHOTOS STYLING, NOW WITH THIS PROCESS. DOES THE PHOTO EDIT, ALSO HAS THE ABILITY TO REALLY FIT EXACTLY ON THE PB SCREEN.?? IM ASKING THIS BECAUSE, EVERYTIME I TAKE A PICTURE ON MY PB AND USE IT AS A HOMESCREEN. THE PICTURES DON'T FIT.? IS THERE ANY?? PERHAPS A SET UP BEFORE I TAKE A PHOTO, THANKS

PIXLR works on the BlackBerry PlayBook although you really require a mouse pointer to accurately manipulate the application menus. Still a handy tool.

Pixlr is absolutely amazing as far as feature set.. For those of you familiar with adobe products for desktop, this is the closest tablet equivalent of Photoshop, no joke.. For those having trouble using features, i hear you.. it's a liiittle easier when you zoom in, but overall it's well worth it if you're tryna do some heavy duty editing on the go...

If you're just looking for something easy for facebook or an email/im, i would probly recommend ipiccy or one of the others for ease and still remaining relative high quality...

Preciate the post Mr. Zeis! I will def be taking advantage of these...

Just quickly tried Pixlr and I was very impressed with how easy it was to edit an image and then save it back to my playbook. Thank you!

Now we just need the same thing for video editing! :)