Pixlr Photo Editors


Pixlr.com – Great Free Browser based photo editors.

Pixlr has 3 photo editing services that I enjoy using and they have come in very handy so I thought I would share them with you.

Pixlr editor       (Advanced)

“Editor” is much like a basic graphics program, but this one runs from your browser. You can import one of you own photos or open a new file. I like how you options on what file extensions you would like to save as.



Pixlr Express     (Efficient)

With “Express” you have a lot of options for simple photos editing, cropping, change saturation, color editing, borders,  filters, overlays, text (with cool font options), stamps, and you can also create collages.  (“Express” is my personal favorite.)


Pixlr Express is also a FREE mobile app and is on both Google Play and the App Store.



Pixlr-o-matic    (Playful)

The “O-Matic” is the most basic service that pixlr provides.  You are able to add filters and overlays to your photos. The “O-matic” also has ads on the sides that can get frustrating but other than that it works great.



Vine now on Google Play



Vine is now in available for Android.


App Description

Supports Android 4.0 and higher.Vine is the best way to see and share life in motion. Create short, beautiful, looping videos in a simple and fun way for your friends and family to see.• Unlimited uploads and free
• Instantly post videos on Vine, then share to Twitter (Facebook and more coming soon!)
• Find, follow, and interact with people close to you
• Explore trending posts, featured hashtags and editor’s picks
• And so much more.

Have questions, problems, or feedback? Reach out to us at feedback@vineapp.com

Wolfram Alpha & Chrome

Here are some instructions on downloading and installing the great Chrome  for “Wolfram|Alpha (Official)”.

  • Go to the Chrome Web Store
  • Enter into the Search bar in the top left corner “Wolfram Alpha“, press Enter.

  • NOTE: The default search results are set on the “Plugins” filter and will not list the Extensions you will need to click on the “Extensions” tab.

Wolfram|Alpha (Official) is one of the first items listed.

  • Click the blue “Add to Chrome” button.
  • A pop up will appear confirming that  you would like to install the “Wolfram|Alpha (Official)” extension, click “Add”.
  • A small icon will appear to the right of the Chrome Address bar.  

Click on the Wolfram Alpha icon and a small box will drop down, now you are ready to search.

Have fun.