Dump PNGs to an image file manager You can save your images to an image file manager or to the SD card. This app allows you to dump the image to SD card and save on your computer. It doesn't support all image formats! Save in a web browser, copy to clipboard Get to the destination (image) by clicking on a mouse or keyboard shortcut in the web browser. Save a PNG in a web browser The website has a simple and intuitive interface so that the user cannot be confused. You can save PNG files and copy them to the clipboard. Binary Tools in ImageMagick GUI I will not talk about these other tools but just explain to you how it is used. ImageMagick uses a powerful graphical user interface to display the various aspects of a given image file and to edit the image as a whole. The GUI is quite responsive to the change the image needs, and it is also responsive to the user actions. 1) You can convert image to the format and save with the right size 2) You can make a color image from a black and white image 3) You can edit an image at the same time you are pixelating it 4) You can make changes in multiple images at the same time 5) You can download the image to your PC and open any of the files in an image viewer 6) It uses the GDI extension to read and write files from the desktop 7) You use image converters and image editors 8) It is useful in other contexts: ImageMagick is an advanced library for manipulating and viewing images, often combined with the other ImageMagick components. ImageMagick was initially written for the Unix world but has become a powerful and versatile tool for all kinds of scientific, technical and technical-artistic tasks. While ImageMagick is very well known for its graphics interface, it is perhaps best used with other image processing tools, either inside ImageMagick or on its own. The basic core of ImageMagick is actually based on two extensions that it was originally used with: gd2 and imagemagick. In modern ImageMagick versions, these libraries have been merged and the core of ImageMagick has grown to cover all the needs of ImageMagick users. But ImageMagick is a general-purpose library, and it is not intended to be the sole tool for all your image processing needs.