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Photopea is a Free Photoshop Clone That Runs In Your Browser

3 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Want a Photoshop-style image editor without paying any money and without downloading any software? Check out Photopea. It's a free Photoshop clone that runs right in your Web browser.
What's astonishing is the fact that the app was created and is being developed by a single person: Ivan Kutskir, a 28-year-old programmer based in Prague, Czech Republic. Kutskir spent 7,000 hours developing the app while studying computer science in college - about 5 hours a day for 3.5 years - and last month a whopping 1.5 million people used the app. Kutskir only recently started placing ads on the app and...
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