Browser-based image editor Photopea has released the 5.2 update. This free editor is often referred to as a “Photoshop clone,” and it really does a pretty good job. But now it gets even better, adding color space support, CMYK mode, noise reduction, and more new options.
Can a browser based Photoshop clone compete with Photoshop? I took PHOTOPEA for a high end retouching test
A few days ago I’ve heard about a browser-based Photoshop clone. Of course, I had to test it – not only because I love these crazy projects, but also because of my background as web developer some years ago. So I visited photopea.com and enjoyed what I saw: An in-browser Photoshop clone. A bit simplified but still very impressive.
I quickly tested some of my main tools: the brush, curves, masks, and various healing tools. Apart from the latest, everything was pretty OKish, so I decided to press record on my screen capture software and upload one of my files.
Photopea is a free Photoshop clone that works in web browser
You probably already know about some free (or almost free) Photoshop alternatives. Photopea is an online-based Photoshop clone which works in your web browser. It’s accessible to anyone, contains plenty of advanced features – and it’s completely free.
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