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‘remove.bg’ app automatically removes image backgrounds on desktop

remove.bg automatically removes image backgrounds

remove.bg automatically removes image backgrounds

If you have been looking for a quick-and-easy way to remove image backgrounds while working on your desktop, there is a new app that can help with that.

A quick spotlight on a new app that can make some use cases a bit easier when it comes to image editing. “remove.bg” is a free app that can help edit background images, and it’s available to download today.

“remove.bg” is available for desktop on macOS, Windows, and Linux. With it, you can quickly remove any image background you want, all automatically. It all works with a simple drag-and-drop user experience, and you can even upload multiple images or folders at the same time if you have some bulk work.

With the app, you can use transparent backgrounds, or quickly add a colored option if you prefer. And you will be able to select the output size before you finalize and save the image.

Here’s how it all works, according to the developers of the app:

“Remove.bg for Windows/Mac/Linux uses the remove.bg API, so you need an API key and an active Internet connection.”

It all does sound like a quick fix for an issue that could be somewhat time consuming for some users. Being able to not only remove the image background, but then either choose from a transparent or colored option at the same time in the editing process is a nice touch. One potential negative could be the requirement of an internet connection. Sometimes you might not be connected while you’re working on image editing.

If you need to edit images on a regular basis, and this is one of those steps, what do you think of this idea to automate the process?

remove.bg is available now. If you try it out, be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.

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