If you are looking for a simple web based image editor to match your needs, you will be glad to know that earlier today, Google Chrome Labs has released Squoosh, an open source image editing app to speed up your image editing experience.
The latest reveal came during Chrome Developer Summit where the company revealed that the app isn’t limited to Chrome as other browsers are also supported by the new application. As the company recently started focusing on web based applications, Google is trying to showcase new web based technology to users using the latest application.
In case you are wondering, the app is a simple yet fast application to help you edit images without requiring a lot of work. In order to edit images using the app, you will need to upload the image to the app. After it is uploaded, you can use simple options to reduce the size of the image, reduce color palette as well as other compression techniques to edit the image. In order to ensure that you don’t lose a lot of quality, you can also check out original and compressed version of the image.
If you are interested, you can check out the entire process below.