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If you're worried that online photo editors won't have enough features, Photopea will put your mind at least. This is virtually indistinguishable from a regular
desktop app, and it is a hugely impressive photo editor.In terms of look and feel, Photopea sits roughly hallway between Photoshop and GIMP, and the range, depth and power of the tools and features it offers is simply staggering. To appeal to advanced users, there is support for Photoshop's native file format as full support for layers, allowing for greater levels of creativity. The image can be uploaded from your computer, or you can work with online images by providing the relevant URL. When it comes to saving files, you have no fewer than 15 popular file formats to export to.
With a selection of powerful filters, a range of selection and masking tools, multi-levels undo, and even the Photoshop-aping Spot Healing Brush, you'd be hard-pressed to find something Photopea fails at. It could be argued that for some people – certainly some tasks – Photopea is a bit too much. This really is an advanced image editor, and it's hard to hold that against it.
Pricing is entirely reasonable, too. There is a free version which has only two limitations – there are ads and undo is restricted to 30 steps. Pay for a Premium account, however ($40 for a year, or about £30 / AU$50), and ads vanish, and you can undo up to 60 actions.