After all, there's already Picnik, Adobe Photoshop Express, FotoFlexer, and dozens of others. One of our favorites is Splashup, which has a very desktop application-like feel. And for the life of us, we can't decide if Sumopaint is just a simple Splashup clone or just an incredibly similar web app. [continue]
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