Pixelmator For Mac OS Updated

Pixelmator for Mac OS is one of the most popular photo editing apps available. It received a fabulous update today bringing with it the all-new Healing Tool which offers major performance and qualitiy improvements. You can read about the full list of the updates in What’s New below.

This is a free update, if you have previously downloaded this app. If not, you can download it here, it retails for $14.99/£10.49.

But, if you check back tomorrow we will be giving away a bunch of these, so make sure you check in!

 

What’s New?

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This update improves overall stability and performance, including the following:

• The all-new Healing Tool brings major performance and quality improvements
• Addresses an issue that caused the application to stop responding in various situations
• User interface improvements for the Retina display
• And much more

Included in Version 2.1

• Retina-Ready: Both Pixelmator’s friendly user interface and its powerful image editing engine are now optimized for the Retina display.
• iCloud: Built right into the app and keeps your Pixelmator work up to date across all your Macs.
• Effects Browser: The best and the most fun way to browse: instantly preview and quickly apply special effects or add color adjustments to images.
• New Effects: Use the new Vintage, Miniaturize, Black and White, Rain, and Snow effects.
• Alignment Guides: Quickly position, align, and evenly distribute objects in your Pixelmator compositions with pinpoint accuracy.
• OS X Mountain Lion Support: Pixelmator takes full advantage of all the latest and greatest technologies.

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