Fauxto has the usual tools: a pencil, a pen, a paintbrush, and an eraser so that users can create their own drawings or perform rudimentary photo enhancements. Did we mention this is all in your browser?
Fauxto's got a new name and some new features, but how does it stack up after almost a year?
Seam carving is the latest thing in intelligent image resizing, and we tried it out with online photo editor FotoFlexer
In coming months, Flickr users will be able to edit their photos online with Picnik's technology as well as share, tag and discuss them.
Adobe to offer online Photoshop within 6 months.
Edit your photos online with Pikifx.
Another Web-based photo editing tool. There are literally a dozen of these things out there, and they're getting dangerously close to the functionality of desktop applications.
Picnik lets you edit your photos in some pretty advanced ways. Did we mention you don't have to install anything? Quintessential Webware.
Edit photos without software using Phixr, a Web-based photo editing tool that's celebrating its one-year anniversary.
A look back at what we covered on Webware.com