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Android/iPhone: Google’s introduced PhotoScan, a new app that makes scanning and uploading old photos a heck of a lot easier.
PhotoScan is not just a photo of a photo. You’ll snap several shots on a picture, then PhotoScan automatically detects and removes the edges, straightens the image, and removes any glare before turning it into a high resolution file. If you’re using Google Photos, your scans are automatically uploaded to Google Photos.
Speaking of Google Photos, updates to the mobile apps are rolling out there as well. This includes advanced editing tools, like the ability to adjust exposure, contrast, and more. You’ll also get a suite of new filters for one-tap editing. You can snag PhotoScan in your app store of choiceright now, and the Google Photos updates are rolling out now as well.
Jpeg.io is a free online interface for rapidly and conveniently converting your images into highly optimized JPEGs using Kraken.io’s proprietery JPEG optimization algorithms. It has been engineered with simplicity in mind: simply drop your image into the drop space and a short time later you’ll get a progressive JPEG compressed to the smallest possible size without perceptible quality loss.
Jpeg.io supports the image formats you care about: JPG, PNG, GIF, SVG, BMP, EPS, PSD, TIFF and WEBP.
Google Fonts is sporting a fresh new design that makes it much easier to browse. The catalog of free and open source fonts first launched in 2010 with 14 fonts and has grown to host more than 800 today. In addition to being viewed across the web over 15 billion times per day in 135 languages, Google Fonts is also used by hundreds of WordPress plugins and themes.
With the magic of HTML5 you can get colors from any image with this simple online tool. To use this new color tool it’s recommended that you upgrade your web browser to the latest version.
(For the full HTML5 support).
Step 1: Select image from your computer and click “Show image” button. Scaled version of the image will show up.
Step 2: Click anywhere on the image to choose an area. 9×9 pixels will be magnified in a small box.
Step 3: Click anywhere in the small box to select desired color.
Step 4: Click again on the image to choose another 9×9 pixels area.
Source: Get Colors from Image