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Pixelmator Updated with El Capitan Support and a New Photos Extension – We Have Codes To Giveaway Worth $29.99 each

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The latest update to Pixelmator includes some very exciting updates, including full support for OS X El Capitan, the new Split View feature, and a powerful, Metal-based Photos Extension together with a range of other improvements and fixes.

We have detailed the updates below. Pixelmator is an excellent photo app to have on your Mac, it retails for $29.99/£22.99 but today we have promotional codes to giveaway. If you would like to be in with a chance to win a promotional code we would like you to like us on Facebook (here), follow us on Twitter (here) – and most importantly reply to this post and tell us what you love most about TheAppWhisperer.com. We’ll enter your email address into our magical hat and if you’re a winner you will find a promo code sitting in your inbox very soon.

With the release of El Capitan, Apple introduced a unified OS X and iOS Core Image technology. And OS X Core Image is the foundation on which Pixelmator is built. As you can imagine, once the foundation is modified, things might get really messy. And apparently, they did.

Together with that, we’re bringing a bunch of other neat enhancements, such as an enhanced Force Touch support, which makes painting with Force Touch trackpad way smoother, San Francisco as the new user interface font, and the cool new Split View feature, which lets you work with Pixelmator and any other app side-by-side, in full screen.

Pixelmator Photos Extension

OS X El Capitan has introduced the ability for third-party developers to create Photo Editing extensions. And with Pixelmator 3.4 Twist, just two weeks after the official El Capitan release, the Pixelmator team are adding some amazing, incredibly fast Distort tools to your Photos app.

With the Pixelmator Photos Extension, you can reshape areas of your images to retouch photos, create artistic effects or simply have fun with your photos without having to leave the Photos app. Its really fun to use, and the quality and speed are incredible. All thanks to a few groundbreaking Apple technologies.

One of them is Metal, which allows the Photos Extension to be as good as it can possibly be. It gives the Extension a direct access to the GPU of your Mac, cutting down compute times and making graphics processing lightning quick. It also allowed us to boost the quality of all Distort tools to the very extremes. That’s just something you need to see for yourself.

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7 Comments

  • krapoz

    I’ve always admired your constant dedication in promoting mobile arts ..and giveaways like this are the cherry on top! 🙂 Thanks Joanne!

  • Thierry

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  • Aaron

    I’d absolutely love a copy of pixelmator for mac! That program looks like it’s worth its weight in gold. The app whisperer is such an informative site. Thanks for all your hard work.

  • Justin

    theappwhisperer is one of the most forward thinking photography sites there is. Great content and great writing.

    As for pixlemator, I’m looking forward to using it! I hope to see more photographer focused updates coming to iPhone and iPad!

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