With the closure of Picnik Shop by Google on 19th April, it was so obvious that Flickr had to move it toes and seek out another substitute to it. Yahoo-owned service is announcing Aviary which is a Jeff Bezos-backed start as the new photo editing tool on its site. They are promising that it would be simpler and speedier than its soon-to-be deceased predecessor. Aviary commences with some expectd features including cropping, rotating, sharpening, red-eye reduction and cosmetic whitening, just to mention a few. The notable thing is, Aviary is written in HTML5, making ways possible to and useful on a handful of slates and handsets. Flickr is ready to the rollout later on, although its making changes which would be observed in a few days.
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