Pixelmator Gets Retina Display Support, iCloud Sync, Effects Browser, More

Posted August 9, 2012 at 2:31pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4568 views

Pixelmator, a popular image editor, has been updated with Retina Display support, iCloud Sync, Effects Browser, Mountain Lion support, and more.

Pixelmator is an inspiring, easy-to-use, beautifully designed image editor built to help you create stunning new images and edit your existing photos.

Pixelmator takes full advantage of the latest Mac technologies, giving you speedy, powerful tools that let you touch up and enhance images, draw or paint, apply gorgeous effects, and just have fun with your pictures. Once your images are ready, access them anywhere with iCloud, send them to iPhoto or Aperture, email, print, or save them to popular image formats, or share them through Facebook, Flickr, and more-all right from Pixelmator.



And the new Pixelmator 2.1 is optimized for the new Retina display on the MacBook Pro, with full support for OS X Mountain Lion.


What's New In This Version:
Pixelmator 2.1 is a major update introducing several new features and improvements, including the following:

• 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.
• And much more.

You can purchase Pixelmator from the App Store for $14.99.

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