One of the most beloved free browser-based photo-editing tools for the past several years has been Picnik.
For those with only limited needs when it comes to image manipulation, Picnik was a blessing - particularly those for whom purchasing something as robust as Adobe's Photoshop was out of the question.
Google acquired the Picnik platform quite a while ago, but news is out today that Google will be integrate Picnik into its social platform Google+. The service is set to close on April 19, 2012 but in the meantime users can use all of the solution's premium features.
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