November 8, 2012 in Image Editing (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - The Pixelmator Team today released Pixelmator 2.1.3, a significant update to its beautifully designed, easy-to-use yet powerful image editing application, featuring an entirely new and simplified Color Management tool and a Soft Proofing feature. The new Color Management tool has been redesigned to keep image colors perfectly consistent throughout all devices.
The brand new Soft Proofing feature comes in really handy for controlling image colors more precisely. It lets you quickly and easily apply different color profiles to images so you can get an idea of how the final outcome, such as the printed image, might look. This is great news for anyone willing to preview images in CMYK colors.
The full sRGB standard support makes all image colors inside Pixelmator look better as well. The sRGB color standard is widely used on most devices that we come across every day, such as digital cameras, scanners, or even the new iPhone. This means that the colors of images edited in Pixelmator will look absolutely perfect outside Pixelmator and across all Apple devices.
Additional features include the new Color Management look, enhanced PSD file format support, improved Automator actions, Spanish and Italian languages added, and much more.
Pricing and Availability:
Pixelmator 2.1.3 is available from the Mac App Store at a promotional price of $29.99 (USD). For existing Pixelmator customers who purchased the app from the Mac App Store, the new update is free.
Founded in 2007 by two brothers - Saulius Dailide and Aidas Dailide - the Pixelmator Team develops the most practical, fun, innovative and easy-to-use software for Mac OS X. In 2011, just four short years after the company was founded, the Pixelmator Team was honored with a beautiful Apple Design Award for Pixelmator. To make it even clearer that Pixelmator is well on its way to being the best image editing app in the world, Apple named it Mac App Store App of the Year in December 2011. Copyright (C) 2012 Pixelmator . All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.