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ImgOps Combines Several Online Image Services Into One

What can you do with an image and a browser? You can edit, enhance and manipulate it using services such as Pixlr and Aviary; you can add motivational quotes or funny texts; you can convert to another image format; search for similar images using TinEye or Google and many more. And once you are done, you can upload it and share the link with others.

ImgOps is an online service that combines all of these services into one. Simply head to, upload the image from your computer or enter the URL of the image and then choose the action you want to perform on that image. Another way to use ImgOps is through its bookmarklet. Simply drag the bookmarklet onto your bookmarks toolbar. The next time you have an image open in your browser, click on this bookmarklet.

ImgOps acts as a gateway to multitude of different services. From ImgOps interface you can rotate the image, upload to different image hosting sites, extract the EXIF data, convert it to other formats, add effects, reverse on TinEye, create GIF and much more.



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