Google releases emergency update for Chrome
Google released a new security update for its Chrome web browser for desktop systems and Android. The update fixes a security issue that is exploited in the wild, according to Google.
You can make your own photo collage with the Pixlr Express app, an easy-to-use photo editor for Android, and is also available for PC as a Chrome Extension. Choose from thousands of layouts, add multiple photo effects, borders, and backgrounds, customize your collage, and share it in seconds with your friends and family on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
Pixlr Express lets you resize and crop photos and adjust the brightness, contrast, and color balance with a simple tool. You can even remove red-eye and whiten teeth.
Pixlr Express has more than 2 million combinations of free effects, borders, and backgrounds. Use the lighting effects to add drama to your photos, and use the color effects to create a surreal atmosphere. You can easily adjust the intensity and orientation of each effect.
You can create and customize a collage with the Pixlr Express app.
Overlays can be used to adjust the mood of the photo – amplify the tone, cool it down, or add a surreal twist to your images.
You can choose from a wide range of photo effects, including:
You can also add photo collages to your images, as well as add a custom layout to the collage.
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