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Whenever you need to quickly annotate and share an image, usually you have to go through multiple steps – download the image, open image editing software, edit the image and then share it. If you want a quicker way to do it, check out Mockflow AnnotatePro. It is a professional image annotation tool hosted online. It give you a complete annotation experience including image editing, markup tools and export.
To try it out, sign up on their website or sign in with your Gmail or Google Apps account. Once signed in, add an image from your computer or from another website including Facebook, Dropbox, Google Drive and others. Then crop or resize it and click the “Upload” button to put the photo to your account. To start annotating simply click on the image. The annotation area includes three tool sets. The first tool set includes arrows, lines, circles and other figures. The second one lets you add effects to your text – glow, 3D, block borders etc. and the third set includes effects like zoom, censor, blur spot and pixelate.
Once you are finished annotating your image, click “Save” at the top to save your project. You can then download the modified image to your computer or to your online image storage service (e.g. Dropbox, Picasa, Facebook) with a single click. Share your image(s) privately with people by inviting them via email or share it with a wider public by enabling a public URL for each individual image.
- Upload/download images to or from your computer.
- Upload/download images from other websites – Box.com, Dropbox, Google Drive, Facebook, Picasa, Instagram, Flickr and others.
- Edit image – crop, resize.
- Draw figures – arrows, lines, circles etc.
- Censor content.
- Zoom on content.
- Blur parts of the image.
- Enable/disable annotations.
- Share images privately or publicly.
Check out MockFlow AnnotatePro @ http://annotatepro.mockflow.com