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USB Swiss Army Knife: Portable Freeware Photoeditor

Created: 05 Jan 2009 • Updated: 08 Feb 2013 • 5 comments
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Another good tool to complete your USB memory with an application to manage digital photos, in my case I found this tool useful when I have to produce documentation. It has easy commands to modify and resize screenshots, but maybe this is the typical use for IT admins.

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setral's picture

It's nice that its a free standalone application.

But, it's not free for commercial use.
After I ran it, and checked the about the license there specifies personal computer(s) you own or for 60 day eval period, otherwise contact them at contact@mobatek.net for commercial licensing.

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haim96's picture

you can use Gimp portable...it bigger but free for sure!

http://portableapps.com/apps/graphics_pictures/gim...

(and you can find more software it this site...)

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riva11's picture

The Mobatek website, describes the application as freeware. Only restriction is regarding distribution , allowed distributes the program in a non-commercial way. But the use is without any restriction for private and business.

I perfectly agree about GIMP, it has fantastics and no cost features, but he needs some knowloedge about graphics management, this software is easy and really portable.

Paolo

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rainier's picture

you could also try portableapps.com most of the tools on this website are freewares.

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onsym's picture

This great portable freeware for edit our photos, but maybe i still more like gimp, portable gimp of course. Check my portable freeware if you need all. Thanks

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