Momentile Integrates HTML5 Photo Editor

Momentile is a "picture a day" photo diary that makes it crazy dead simple to chronicle your everyday activities, interactions, and moments you just want to remember in the future. Use their simple search bar to find photos based on location or date, or browse everyone's photos just to see what people are up to. Overall, it's a simple and easy to use application that is straight to the point. No mess. No hassle. Still not convinced? Visit Momentile to learn more, and to start documenting your life!

They've gone ahead and integrated the widget version of our HTML5 Photo Editor, and let's be honest, we think it's a perfect fit! Momentile is all about photos, thus our editor will prove to be quite helpful and convenient for their users. Quick-edits like crop, rotate, resize, and brightness can now be done directly in the browser, right then and there. They'll even have the ability to add custom filters like toy camera, polaroid, and retro to their photos, adding a unique twist to their already awesome photos.

Once you have an account, you'll need to upload a photo, where you'll then be able to 'enhance' your tile

This will take you to another screen, where you'll be able to quick-edit on the fly.

"We are using Feather to add a new dimension of functionality to our site. It gives users who don't own Photoshop the ability to edit their photos right on our site, which increases our competitiveness in the photo sharing market. We hope to see an upswing in daily photo uploads and personalized photos.

Users can now quickly and easily edit and personalize their photos before posting them, without the need to use extra software (no Flash needed), or an external site. We also get the added bonus of on-site photo editing which makes our offering more compelling to new and existing users.

A cinch to integrate, full-featured, and fun!" - Momentile

If you've integrated Feather onto your site, let us know at Our HTML5 photo editor is free to use and free to implement on your site. If you're a developer and would like to try it out, read the technical documentation or embed it on your site, go to]]