March 20, 2012 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Parma, Italy - Shiny Frog, a developer of iOS and Mac applications, is pleased to announce that the Pixa public beta is now available. Pixa is the way to better organize your images on a Mac. Pixa allows you to manage thousand of images without worrying about organizing them.
Pixa is a great tool for designers, icon makers, web developers and everyone who needs to collect icons, inspirations, illustrations, stock photos or any kind of images.
Whether organizing pictures for a presentation or professional mockups for design, Pixa will manage them without effort as all the common format of images are supported: psd, ai, jpg, png, tiff, pdf, bmp, gif, ico, icns, eps.
Tagging enormous amount of images is a boring task, Pixa will auto-tag useful information like colors and size; web address, extensions and metadata are also saved for the imported images.
Pixa provides the user with useful tools for creating screenshots and analyzing images, being an indispensable tool for collecting inspiration.
File management with Pixa is powerful and flexible, user can choose between leaving all the organization to Pixa making it copy the files to its managed library or by referencing files in their original locations.
Exporting images is a critical part of every workflow, Pixa makes exporting a pleasure; Pixa can export from one to one thousand images with a simple drag'n drop.
Custom export preset allows to personalize the size, the format and even create an archive of the export images.
* Pixa requires Mac OS X 10.7.3 or later
Pricing and Availability:
The public beta can be downloaded for free from the Pixa website, all the update during the public beta will be free. The beta will remain available until the final release of the application.
Shiny Frog is an Italian creative firm founded in 2006 that focuses on design and develop of iOS and Mac OS X applications. Shiny Frog always strive to deliver cool, up-to-standard applications with a keen eye for cutting-edge solutions and a commitment to excellence. Copyright (C) 2012 Shiny Frog. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.