Rotate image

Easily rotate your image to preferred direction

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How to rotate an image

Click "Choose File" button to select and upload your images from your device or simply drug and drop it into the box above. After uploading, you will see the thumbnails of your images. Two icons appear under each thumbnail. Click the left icon to turn left and the right one to turn right.

Secure files handling

All the images you upload will be erased permanently from our servers 1 hour after processing. No one can access to those images and privacy is guaranteed.

Cloud storage accessed

You can upload your images not only from your device but also from your preferred cloud storage (Google Drive, Dropbox, One Drive and Box all supported). After processing, you can also save the rotated images directly to Cloud Storage.

Cross-platform support

This tool runs in the browser, which means it supports all kinds of operating systems: no matter it is Windows, Mac or Linux.