If you have a plain Google or an Apps account, you can manage and edit images from within Chrome for publishing and sharing online.And the experience is pretty neat and efficient from my experiences.
Firstly, sign in to Chrome.
Install Chrome Apps for in-browser editing (I’ve used these as mobile apps and they have a similar look and feel):
Pixlr Express offers quick edit tools such as cropping, sharpening, resizing or improving quality or sharpness, plus an array of effects.
While Pixlr Editor has a Photoshop-style feel for more advanced editing with many adjustments and filters that will be familiar to Adobe suite users.
Upload images and graphics to your Drive, then when you need to correct/resiz/e edit images, view in Drive, then open with and choose the apps
Then in Pixlr Express you can save back into Drive overwriting the original or a new copy (original file type only), whilst in Pixlr Editor you can also save at different quality levels to Drive or your computer or as a PNG file and rename files, plus the ability to share with Facebook, Flickr or to Picasa.
This is a bite-sized tip included in my longer post: Fast, free and efficient image editing tools for digital publishing