Basic instructions

How to modify an image in 3 easy steps. First click on Open and choose an image from your computer. Then add some text and perhaps a few icons, add some filters and add a border. Finally, to save your file, just press the Save button.

You can open all image formats your browser can handle. In most cases jpeg, png, tiff and bmp files. You can save images in jpeg, png or our own ihub format. We recommend the jpeg format for images you want to publish and the ihub format for images you want to edit later.

You can also print an image directly from your browser. Just use the built-in print feature. This is normally done from the File menu or by pressing CTRL+P in your browser.

Please note that any filters or effects you choose to add, are only applied to the background image, not to any object (texts, icons etc) you have added to the background image. If you would like a filter to be applied to everything you can press the 'Merge all' button before you add the filter.

Advanced features

You can rotate objects by clicking and dragging the round circle located above the object after you have selected the object.

You can select multiple objects by holding the SHIFT key and clicking on the objects.

You can use your mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Just place the mouse pointer over the image and then scroll the mouse wheel. When you have zoomed in, you can also pan (move) the image by holding the SHIFT key and holding the left mouse button at the same time you move the mouse to the location you want to pan.

By holding CTRL at the same as you scale an object, the object can be flipped.

Press F11 to view iHub in the fullscreen mode.

You can also scale up the image when you save it. In many cases without any quality loss. A condition for this is that your material was stored in a higher resolution than the resolution you chose when saving. By using this method you can get much sharper images without the need to work in a very high resolution.

You can direct link to us by using the address, but remember that the server where the image file is located have to enable CORS for or all domains (*).