As time goes on, more and more applications that we used to think could only belong on the desktop have made the jump online and opened up a world of possibilities for everyone. I used to download and try out desktop software all the time, but these days I spend most of my time in a Web browser. That really says something about how much things have changed. For example, many of us are familiar with the program Paint on Windows, but an online alternative called SUMO Paint does what Paint does and a whole lot more.
I’m not an artist by any means, but even I can have fun with SUMO Paint, and as you’ll see, people who are artistic can create some amazing works of art with the tool. It’s hard to get past how impressive the functionality in SUMO Paint is, and you actually have to remind yourself that it’s running online because you’ll probably forget. In many ways it’s like Photoshop in your browser. In fact, the next time that you’re tempted to open up Photoshop, try using SUMO Paint instead.