Online photo editor Picnik shutting down

  • AFP
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  • Updated: Apr 19, 2012 18:08 IST
Cloud-based photo editing software Picnik is shutting down on April 19 and Tweeps are saying their goodbyes to the site.

Picnik was acquired by Google back in 2010 and its online photo editing features have since been integrated into Google’s social network Google+. The website has remained available to users over the past couple of years but will be taken offline later today.

Tweeps are talking about the songs that get them in the mood to “make babies” with the top two trending hashtags on Twitter. 1990s R&B hit “Nobody” by Keith Sweat and Athena Cage and anything by American R&B artist Pretty Ricky are some of the most popular song choices according to Twitterers.

One Direction (1D) fans are pleading with the group to go bungy jumping in New Zealand without their clothes.

Microbloggers are wondering why the Spanish phrase “Feliz Navidad” (“Happy Christmas”) is trending in April and are tweeting, “The awkward moment when Feliz Navidad is trending in the middle of April. Oh twitter, you're so confused.”

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on April 19 at 6:30 AM GMT are:
1.  #SexPlaylist
2.  #babymakingsongs
3.  #1DBungyJumpNAKEDInNewZealand
4.  Nobody - Keith Sweat
5.  Feliz Navidad
6.  New Pinoy Term Part 2
7.  Agni V
8.  Generación Zoé
9.  Picnik
10. Pretty Ricky

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