The Team behind Picozu
Our goal is simple: to provide you with one of the most astonishing user experiences imaginable. And we do that guided by three of our strongest qualities: passion, expertise and dedication.
We created Picozu with the idea of providing an online image-processing application that will enable the users to edit, process and enhance their photos as well as creating sketches, but nowadays it expanded into a web app that is used by hobbyists as well as students.
In the near future we plan to expand Picozu’s capabilities and also create a stronger community that will allow everyone to be creative and share their creativity no matter the operating system or device.
Web Developer & Co-Founder
PR & Co-Founder
Picozu in the Press
Picozu is not your run-of-the-mill photo editor, and those who have always wanted to do more to their images than rotating and halving them will surely love it.
Picozu is powerful-enough to come up with images to be used in professional contexts.
That might as well be the direct result of the technology that powers Picozu.
If you’re looking for a nice tool for students to use to create images for their digital presentations, Picozu is worth giving a good look.
A free professional tool that saved a fortune for us. From image editing to learning to make our own banners this was a tool we couldn’t have done without and still rely on now.
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The app uses interesting aspects of HTML5, notably canvas for applying image filters and the Drag and Drop API, which allows users to add images from their desktops.
In this awesome Web-based photo editor, you can upload your photos, apply any number of filters, and use all sorts of funky brushes and drawing tools to make your own creations.
Picozu is an excellent resource for anyone who enjoys editing photos and exploring their creative side.
Lo que me gustó de este editor es que tiene una interfaz muy limpia e intuitiva, y lo mejor de todo, es totalmente gratis.
Picozu is an online image editor that uses the canvas element and other HTML5 technologies. Appcache is used to store images used in the app’s skin for offline use, and localStorage is used as part of the Facebook integration.
For a free application, Picozu supports an impressive list of formats and it has options that even some proprietary applications lack. In fact, Picozu is so well-equipped that it can completely substitute most image editing desktop applications that average users tend to work with.
One of the free tools every small social media staff should be using; create top quality images with this web-based tool.