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Pixelmator

By Pixelmator Team (UAB Pixelmator Team)
Supported Devices : Mac OS

Release Notes

23/11/2016 | Version : 3.6 | Size : 54.9 MB
Pixelmator 3.6 Cordillera brings full support for macOS Sierra and the all-new MacBook Pro Touch Bar, adds Tabs, includes a content-aware Smart Refine feature, Deep Images support, and more.

• Pixelmator is now fully compatible with macOS Sierra.
• The Touch Bar keeps your favorite Pixelmator tools and the most useful options always at hand.
• Use Tabs to easily manage your Pixelmator windows.
• The new Smart Refine feature lets you instantly improve selections with stunning accuracy and speed.
• Support for Deep Images makes colors in 16-bit images more vibrant and true-to-life on Wide Color displays.

Touch Bar:
• Set the most useful tool options for your selected tool right in the Touch Bar.
• The Touch Bar is customizable, so you can choose exactly which tools you’d like to keep in it.
• Use the Touch Bar to change color, alignment, and other text properties.
• When previewing effects or adjustments, a Show Original button lets you take a peek at the original image.
• Use Rotate and Scale sliders to transform layers.
• And do a lot more!

Tabs:
• Quickly drag and drop layers between documents in different tabs.
• Merge all your Pixelmator windows into a single one by choosing Window > Merge All Windows.
• Close all tabs except the current one by Option-clicking the Close button of the tab you’re in.
• New images open in a new tab according to your preferences in System Preferences > Dock – either Always, In Full Screen Only, or Manually.
• If your tab preferences are set to In Full Screen Only or Manually, hold down the Option key when opening or creating new documents to open them in a new tab.

New features and other gems in macOS Sierra:
• With support for the Universal Clipboard, you can now seamlessly copy images and text between Pixelmator on your Mac and iOS devices.
• Precisely align windows and palettes by moving them close to each other.
• Double-click the edge of a window to automatically expand that edge.

Smart Refine and Refine Selection:
• Using an advanced edge-detection algorithm, Smart Refine precisely snaps your existing selection to object edges in your image.
• Customize just how edge-sensitive Smart Refine is using the Edge Detection slider in the Refine Selection dialog.
• You can now edit your selection while the Refine Selection dialog is open – paint to subtract from your selection, hold down the Option key and paint to add to your selection.
• Use the [ and ] keys to change the size of the selection brush.

Deep Images:
• With support for P3 color and Wide Color displays, all 16-bit images on the new MacBook Pro, iMac with Retina 4K display, and iMac with Retina 5K display look more vibrant and true to life.
• 16-bit images also look better on standard displays, as dithering is applied to subtly smooth gradients and remove visible banding.
• Dithering is also applied when reducing the color depth of an image from 16 bits to 8 bits.

Quick Selection improvements:
• The Quick Selection Tool now has a live preview.
• It’s also much faster, thanks to a faster algorithm.
• And it’s more accurate, too – especially with black and white images.

27/09/2016 | Version : 3.5.1 | Size : 52.4 MB
In this update, we’ve added a number of improvements and bug fixes, including fixes for image exports and the Color Selection, Magic Eraser, and Paint Bucket tools. The update also features stability improvements for the Pixelmator Photos extensions.

• When editing larger images using the Pixelmator Photos extensions, the image would sometimes disappear. Fixed.
• An issue with the Stroke effect meant that images which had text layers with Stroke were being exported darker. Fixed.
• The preview of the Pixelate effect would ignore any active selections and show a preview of the effect over the entire image. Now, the preview will show you exactly what you’ll get after applying the effect.
• Gradients weren’t entirely smooth and they were also slightly transparent at 100% Opacity. Fixed.
• When painting over partly transparent areas using certain Retouching tools, the transparency would be removed. Those areas will now keep their transparency.
• Pixelmator would quit unexpectedly when opening PSD files containing the Color Overlay layer style. Fixed.
• Fixed an issue that caused the app to quit unexpectedly when using the Magic Wand, Paint Bucket, or Magic Eraser on a hidden layer.
• With the Magic Wand, Paint Bucket, and Magic Eraser tools, the edge smoothing algorithm that we added in the previous Pixelmator update wasn’t working as well as it should, so we brought back the previous one for now (but we're working on making it even better).
• When using the Clouds effect, unnecessary horizontal and vertical lines would sometimes appear. Fixed.
• Zooming in the Pixelmator Photos extensions is now faster and smoother.
• The radius slider of the Gaussian Blur effect now uses pixels instead of percent.
• When dragging to export layers from the Layers palette, underscores in the name of the layer would be removed. Fixed.
• On OS X 10.9.5, Pixelmator would quit unexpectedly when exporting images that had many shape or text layers with layer styles. Fixed.

19/07/2016 | Version : 3.5 | Size : 51.9 MB
Pixelmator 3.5 Canyon brings an incredibly smart Quick Selection tool, a precise yet easy-to-use Magnetic Selection tool, a full set of powerful Pixelmator retouching tools to your Photos app, and more.

• The smart Quick Selection Tool lets you select even the most challenging areas with a single brushstroke.
• The new Magnetic Selection Tool snaps to the edges you trace, so that you can make detailed selections quickly and precisely.
• The new Pixelmator Retouch Extension for Photos adds a full set of powerful retouching tools to your Photos app.

Other improvements and fixes

• On OS X El Capitan, the totally redesigned Stroke effect is now up to 15 times faster and much smoother.
• Thanks to the redesigned Stroke effect, resizing a selection with the Refine Selection dialog is also up to 15 times faster (on OS X El Capitan).
• The outlines that you get when using the Color Selection Tool, Paint Bucket Tool and the Magic Eraser Tool are much smoother and more precise (on OS X El Capitan).
• In the Pixelmator Distort Extension, the brush size now auto-adjusts as you zoom in and out of your image, so it always stays the right size.
• When using the Repair Tool, double-clicking the canvas would resize the document window. Fixed.
• Choosing the Red Eye Tool when editing tiny images made the app quit unexpectedly. We fixed that, too.
• When using the Glass, Vintage, Noise, Rain, Snow, or Sketch effects on layers smaller than the canvas, some pixels at the edges of the layer would be stretched across the empty areas. We fixed this.
• The preview animation shown in the Bar Swipe effect thumbnail was shown at an angle. Fixed.
• While transforming a layer with a shadow, small, grey squares would sometimes appear on the canvas. Not anymore.
• The Column Marquee Tool would sometimes make selections that were 1 pixel wider than they were supposed to be. Now they are pixel-perfect.
• When refining a selection with the Clone Stamp Tool selected, parts of the red selection overlay that marks the non-selected area would sometimes disappear. We fixed this.
• When a text layer was used as an overlay for a clipping mask, converting it into a pixel layer would cause the text to disappear. Fixed.
• Sometimes, the coordinates of a shape layer could get lost and this would make it impossible to save or open the document. Fixed.
• Improved stability when opening PSD files with specific Photoshop text features.
• On OS X 10.9, the Add to iPhoto option was missing from the Share menu. It's back.
• On OS X 10.10, when applying Blur effects to layers that don't fill the entire canvas, some pixels at the edges of the layer would be stretched across the empty areas. Fixed.
• On Mac computers with a Retina Display, the effect preview, which is shown on your image while a Color Adjustment dialog is open, made the image look slightly blurred. Fixed.
• On iMac computers with 4K Retina Displays, when painting with a brush-based tool, moving the brush outside the document window made the screen flicker. We fixed this.
• In the Pixelmator Distort extension, clicking the image before choosing a tool would automatically select the Warp Tool. It now works as it should.
• Other stability improvements.

Description

Full-featured and powerful image editing app for the Mac.

Pixelmator takes full advantage of the latest Mac features and technologies, giving you speedy, powerful tools that let you touch up and enhance images, draw or paint, apply dazzling effects, or create advanced compositions with ease. Once your images are ready, save them to popular image formats, share them via email or social networks, print them, or instantly add them to your Photos library. All right from Pixelmator.

The new Pixelmator 3.6 Cordillera is designed to integrate seamlessly with macOS Sierra’s fresh and modern look, macOS Continuity features, like Handoff and iCloud Drive, and it works wonderfully together with Pixelmator for iOS.

A powerful, pixel-accurate collection of selection tools
• Quickly and easily select any part of an image
• Edit and apply special effects to parts of your pictures
• Select and remove unwanted elements of your photos
• Cut out objects from one image to place in another

Top-notch painting tools
• Paint with Pixelmator as you would on canvas
• Use different brush sizes, shapes, hardness, and blending modes
• Adjust brush settings to get just the look you want
• Cover any area with beautiful gradients and color fills

Retouching tools
• Correct wrinkles and repair scratches
• Make flaws vanish from your photos, remove or re-arrange objects in a composition
• Blur, sharpen, lighten, or darken specific areas
• Reshape areas to subtly improve or give images a completely unexpected look
• Combine different tools and effects for an endless number of ways to refine your images

Drawing tools
• Easily add, create, combine, and edit shapes
• Quickly add lines, circles, rectangles, polygons, and many more custom shapes
• Effortlessly apply shadows, fills, and strokes for more advanced shapes
• Create buttons, icons, web page elements, illustrations, and much more

A real effects machine
• Play with over 160 breathtaking effects
• Combine different effects for unique, near-effortless artistic creations
• See stunning results in real-time

An elegant collection of professional-grade color correction tools
• Adjust exposure, hue, saturation, shadows and highlights, brightness, contrast, and much more
• Replace and remix colors
• Dramatically improve less-than-perfect images with one click
• Designed with friendly interface features for intuitive ease of use

Layer Styles
• Easily add non-destructive layer effects like shadows, outlines, color, gradient fills, or reflections
• Combine a set of effects to create and save your own unique layer styles presets
• Or just use any of the Pixelmator Team-designed layer styles presets
• Apply any of the layer styles presets with a drag and drop

Compatibility
• Send your images directly to Photos
• Open and save images using PSD, TIFF, JPEG, PNG, PDF, and many other popular formats
• Open and save Photoshop images with layers
• Open and save 16-bits per channel images

iCloud, sharing, and saving for the web
• Let iCloud automatically store your edited images and seamlessly take your work to all your Macs
• Skip manual saving of your documents thanks to Auto Save
• Email your photos right from Pixelmator
• Publish your images to social applications like Flickr, Twitter, and Facebook
• Optimize and save images for use on your web pages, blogs, photo albums, and more

Editing extensions for the Photos app:
• Retouch photos with powerful Pixelmator Retouch tools right inside the Photos app
• Reshape images with Metal-based Pixelmator Distort tools without leaving Photos

Built exclusively for Mac
Pixelmator uses a number of macOS features and technologies like Cocoa, OpenGL, OpenCL, Core Image, Grand Central Dispatch, 64-bit, FaceTime camera, Automator, Full-Screen, built-in Sharing and much more. And Pixelmator’s beautiful interface and image editing engine are fully optimized for the MacBook Pro with Retina display.

Apple Design Award Winner
Best of Mac App Store 2011: App of the Year 2011

Rankings

Overall :
#35 : Top Grossing Mac Applications
#48 : Top Paid Mac Applications

Categories :
#3 : Top Paid Mac Applications [Graphics & Design]
#4 : Top Grossing Mac Applications [Graphics & Design]

Screenshots Mac OSX :

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Category

Photography , Graphics & Design


Comments and Ratings for Pixelmator

Literally Superb at first but then... (3.6)
13/12/2016 16:01:00 3/5 By interested individual
This app really sparks creativity in a way which was simply not possible with other products. Because it is so fast at rendering with core image features you can adjust settings in real time to see their result. This allows you to focus on the result rather than the numbers and setting in the dialog boxes. Using this app is a dream come true. [edit] I have found the ui very hard to settle into and ended up going back to my old image editing software.

Most basic functions bugged - image resize w/o resample (3.6)
10/12/2016 11:47:00 1/5 By piemmm
Seriously, you can’t untick resample and resize say a 16 pixel image to 300 pixels. It tries to /force/ you to use inches. Please fix. This app is useless to me without basic image resizing. I can’t resize something from 16x16 pixels to say 512x512 pixels, the UI simply won’t let me do it and tries to force me to use inches (which is useless for what I want. I want pixels, why can’t I select pixels with *any* combination of the boolean checkboxes. I do not want resampling when I resize) Been nearly a year since this mess-up. Not fixed. Lookes like they don’t look at reviews.

Useless (3.6)
25/11/2016 17:55:00 1/5 By Photropik
- Destructive editing, in a world of nodes - Appalling interface - The selection tool is quite good - No adjustment layers - Vector mode is only good for extremely simple shapes, there are no boolean operations - No SVG import to Vector Mode - No integration with Share menu. By this I mean Pixelmator should be TARGET so I can browse images in Photos.app and open them in Pixelmator. It's going to make a copy anyway isn't it. I'm going to have to save a new version anyway arn't I, after every single edit. So you can't just open up a TIFF and crop it, you have to save it as PXM and export. So it's not bad for having some fun painting but as an image editing tool it's really bad and the GIMP eats it alive. 1 star out of 5

Useless at everything Mac (3.5.1)
08/11/2016 18:12:00 3/5 By Photropik
I was after an app for light app graphic work, but this thing a can't even open or edit ICNS. I'll use the GIMP, like always. I tried the painting tools and went back to using Mischief and Krita, and GIMP. The vectors are so painful I'll endure using Inkscape. Hey devs, Inkpad is Open Source, why not use that code. In a world of non-destructive, node based editing with slick UI's, this is like a phone app from 2009 Just awful. All the mac extensions are useless as I'll never open Photos.app again, it's terrible too. Why would you even make those. More useful would be to share an image from an app straight into pixelmator, so I can apply a destructive edit to it before closing pixelmator, and using GIMP. App store apps truly are low quality. Apple is going down the pan.

Some features are gimmicky, UI is poor. (3.5.1)
06/11/2016 12:11:00 2/5 By Polyzoan
The range of functionality is good and the repair tool is excellent. However some features are simply gimmicky, notably the effects the majority of which simply pointless and are generally unusable. The UI is also very poor and needs changing dramatically. Being the user of 13” Retina Macbook Pro floating pallets are a nightmare. I no longer use this app as my go to photo editor. Sorry. It would be huge help if the developers kept users informed of what they are working on, possible updates like you used to do !! etc.. and basically taking note of users concerns. I have seen the developers video of the forthcoming 3.6 version which looks good and may want me to start using it more regularly. Just remember there is alot of quality competition out there, and we users are a finnicky lot.

incredible, and just keeps getting better…adobe photowhat? (3.5.1)
03/11/2016 01:17:00 5/5 By soren1974
This is such a well presented intuitive package, i have decided already to cancel my beloved Photoshop CC subscription. Keep up the good work guys….i don’t know how you can produce software like this and only charge such a small amount. Thanks guys.

Glitch in Sierra (3.5.1)
25/09/2016 01:43:00 1/5 By DimonP
Since updating to macOS Sierra I can’t open photos from the Photos app - when I drag a pic from Photos to Pixelmator icon nothing happens. Tried re installing, doesn’t help. Realised that it works when saving pic from Photos to the desktop and then dragging it to Pixelmator icon.

Some features are gimmicky, UI is poor. (3.5.1)
12/09/2016 13:10:00 2/5 By Polyzoan
The range of functionality is good and the repair tool is excellent. However some features are simply gimmicky notably the effects the majority of which simply gimmicky, pointless and are generally unusable. The UI is also very poor and needs changing dramatically. I no longer use this app as my go to photo editor. Sorry.

Photos extensions are buggy (3.5.1)
28/08/2016 17:28:00 2/5 By Alx-2012
Photos Extensions (e.g. Clone tool) causes picture to go blank Photos app has to be restarted… disappointing. Also, it’s a bit lame without the full functionality as Photos extensions.

Very good alternative to Photoshop Elements (3.5)
11/08/2016 11:05:00 5/5 By tomi44g
Since I am mainly a developer and need a bitmap editor only occasionally I did purchase Adobe Phothoshop Elements before. This Pixelmator does all I need, but it opens faster, you can save png right in place, it’s very responsive, and it’s cheaper. Yes it takes a month to learn new shortkeys and slightly different workflow, but it is an excellent App. Please do not let me down and don’t do what Adobe did, i.e. releasing a new version every year as a new App. Keep it up!

Waste of money (3.5)
17/07/2016 15:38:00 1/5 By Courgettee
As an experienced user of Adobe Photoshop and Elements, Pixelmator is the worst photo editing app I have used. No history, tools difficult to manage, and other faults too numerous to mention, so I intend to go back to Elements. I wish I could get my money back.

OK, but some features are gimmicky (3.5)
04/07/2016 07:32:00 2/5 By Polyzoan
The range of functionality is good and the repair tool is excellent. However some features are simply gimmicky.

Constant crashes (3.5)
29/06/2016 00:01:00 2/5 By ja7ldn
The latest update crashes as soon as I try to apply the selection tool to the image.

New Update (3.5)
05/06/2016 14:47:00 3/5 By E D Okafor-Osadebe
Since the update, my pixelmator has been crashing and paint bucket does not cover all the areas, it leaves out corner areas and this makes it hard to work with. All in all, good app used it for 4 years now, but please fix the update!

Won’t Work Since Upgrade (3.4.4)
17/04/2016 09:33:00 1/5 By Scramble happy
I love Pixelmator and use it regulalry however since I installed the last update and updated my operating system, it simply wont work. It crashes constantly and is unusable.

Improved Intel HD 3000 graphics card support in OS X El Capitan (3.4.4)
13/04/2016 00:55:00 5/5 By RobbieW2010
At last Pixelmator is back to full-speed due to their effort with the 'improved Intel HD 3000 graphics card support in OS X El Capitan’. I was getting so frustrated and how slow it would get when adding text and multiple layers of imagery (I know that I was a minority with this graphic card). I can’t complain any more - this is now a 5 star app again.

Better than ever (3.4.2)
02/04/2016 15:45:00 5/5 By R2D2PS3
I have been using Pixelmator for many years, I feel compelled to write this review after some negative responses on here. It may have had some glitches, which Ihave never experienced, but we must remember that Pixlemator had consistently produced apps to a very high standard which are affordable. Its slick interface and support for native OSX technologies has enabled me to do wide variety of graphical tasks. In part thanks for its support for vector and bitmap graphics. I would like to suggest the following additions: * Addition of an “edit in Pixelmator” feature of OSX Photos * Support for SVG Vectors * OR: Start a new product! Perhaps a stand alone vector program same slick interface to bring the power of Adobe Illustrator to the OSX desktop/iOS. People would be prepared to buy this.

Unusable for images with several layers (3.4.2)
30/03/2016 15:28:00 1/5 By Disappointed Instagram-er
I’ve been a long time user of Pixelmator and will still use it for simple non-layered images. It’s left me unable to export images with multiple layers though, which means I’m also unable to export for use in more professional apps like Photoshop - which I’ve finally had to subscribe to after several years of managing without! Current options are only to duplicate and flatten an image each time, consequently I'm unable to edit and re-use old work saved in Pixelmator format. It’s also prone to locking up my Mac and uses Gigabytes of disk space when attempting (but failing) to export images. I’m using an 3Ghz i7 with 8GB of memory too so it shouldn’t be the hardware at fault.

This is brilliant (3.4.2)
09/03/2016 16:00:00 5/5 By Lexcen
I’ve had Pixelmator for a while now and didnt really understand it, however Ive been learning photoshop at a night class and now Pixelmator is brilliant, it has so many features very similar to photoshop CS! I am amazed, I can pratice on Pixelmator, save it to a photoshop file and us it in class. in all honesty I cant see a reason yet to buy Photoshop. Thanks Pixelmator you app is brilliant.

Very good alternative to Photoshop Elements (3.4.2)
25/02/2016 13:44:00 5/5 By tomi44g
Since I am mainly a developer and need a bitmap editor only occasionally I did purchase Adobe Phothoshop Elements before. This Pixelmator does all I need, but it opens faster, you can save png right in place, it’s very responsive, and it’s cheaper. Yes it takes a month to learn new shortkeys and slightly different workflow, but it is an excellent App. Please do not let me down and don’t do what Adobe did, i.e. releasing a new version every year as a new App.

just top (3.4.2)
23/02/2016 21:06:00 5/5 By diskgrinder
For the price of quarter’s CC subscription you get a quartz accelerated app that does exactly what you want, on iPad, Mac and iPhone. Lovely.

Most basic functions bugged - image resize w/o resample (3.4.2)
19/02/2016 14:31:00 1/5 By piemmm
Seriously, you can’t untick resample and resize say a 16 pixel image to 300 pixels. It tries to /force/ you to use inches. Please fix. This app is useless to me without basic image resizing.

Very good value for money, room for improvement (3.4.2)
30/01/2016 22:14:00 5/5 By marcosdjcm
Will still rate it 5* despite lots of small/obvious things they could do to improve this. The support response is fast which is reassuring. fVery powerful and easy to use app. I’ve not had to install Photoshop now on a new machine, because I’m confident this can do everything I need. Wishlist: Option to increase toolbar icon size, option to set it to remember not to constrain proportions on transform, customisable keyboard shortcuts to all tools.

Intel 3000HD Mac User Left Behind (3.4.2)
30/01/2016 19:51:00 1/5 By antonjw
Whilst after the release of El Capitan, Pixelmator were good enough to post a message on their support site stating that they were working on the problem and subsequently that situation had improved, I am afraid my own experience suggests otherwise. The program will usually open, now, but it is unusable with files which have a number of complex layers. Frankly, they did not see the issue coming, they haven't solved it, and they appear to have come to the decision to leave users of slightly older macs behind. The only outcome of that is that these users, I would imagine, are unlikely to trust Pixelmator software again.

Impressive vfm but weird interface , almost childish icons (3.4.2)
27/01/2016 07:08:00 4/5 By flappospammo
The icons in the palette let it down , like something from Kidpix . Also the select lassoo isn’t very accurate Apart from that not bad at all , best thing is the price compared to elements

Unable to save or Export (3.4.2)
24/12/2015 09:28:00 2/5 By Ayadoh
Nice app but there is a fundamental error - it will not save or export. The error given is "The document “file” could not be opened. Sort this out guys

Using the app for art, and its a pain (3.4)
01/12/2015 23:05:00 2/5 By JaceFurse
So I decided to buy a new MacBook Pro to replace the one that I’ve had since February 2010 and I’ve found because of how all the art programmes I’ve used in the past don’t play ball with the new Retina display. I decided to look around and try and find some new software that WOULD. I gave this one a go as its website made it look promising and its high star rating helped sway me too. Unfortunately while it gets some things right and has interesting design decisions, drawing through this software feels cumbersome and “heavy”, flicking for nice flowing lines is an impossible task as the “stretch” that it allows - so to speak - is very small. Sorting through layers feels a lot less user-friendly compared to other art programmes as well. Unfortunately like the first art programme I used, Adobe Photoshop Elements (which I’ve long since abandoned), it seems to be a lot more interested in altering photos than it does helping people to make nice professional art in a comfortable way. ESPECIALLY a shame considering this is a great price for something that seems so premium. In short: I’m very unsatisfied with this software and I hope to God there’s better art software out there that plays ball with the Retina display because if this is the best its going to get, I’m already regretting my decision to buy a new Mac, where making art goes.

Great, Recommended! (3.4)
18/11/2015 11:57:00 5/5 By JamesMcGinnis
Great App - with a few tweaks it’s almost as good as the high value alternative. Recommended!

Unusably Slow! (3.4)
08/11/2015 16:34:00 1/5 By Lampieg
Just tried this out, and adding text is painfully slow! There is a good 3 second delay between me pressing a key and the letter appearing on screen. The looks of some other reviews suggest that this might be a problem with the latest version. Please fix!

incredible, and just keeps getting better…adobe photowhat? (3.4)
29/10/2015 18:37:00 5/5 By soren1974
This is such a well presented intuitive package, i have decided already to cancel my beloved Photoshop CC subscription. Keep up the good work guys….i don’t know how you can produce software like this and only charge such a small amount.


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