Photo editor application Pixelmator Pro 2.0 is now available for download in the Mac App Store. The launch comes one day earlier than expected.
According to the developers, the update “includes full support for the incredible new M1-powered Macs, an all-new, more refined design, support for macOS Big Sur, and a whole range of other great new features.”
Pixelmator Pro 2.0 is a universal app so it will run on both Intel and M1-based Macs. The app has over 200 new presets as part of its new features, to go with numerous bug fixes and improvements.
This 2.0 update is free for existing Pixelmator Pro users. “We genuinely cannot wait for you to try it out and we hope you’ll enjoy all the changes and improvements we’ve worked on,” adds the company.
Click here to download Pixelmator Pro in the App Store—it’s $54.99 CAD.
Other articles in the category: Mac
Apple Working on M3 MacBook Air with Larger Displays, Says Report
Are you seeking a MacBook Air with a larger display? That might be coming true according to what 9to5Mac is hearing. Unnamed sources say Apple is working on a 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Air, to be powered by an upcoming M3 chip. Both versions are in the works with codenames J513 and J515. Also, Apple...
How to Use Relaxing Background Sounds on your Mac [VIDEO]
Did you know your Mac can support soothing background sounds to help you concentrate or relax? Apple offers this feature on iPhone, iPad and Mac. The Apple Support channel today shared a video tutorial on how to enable background sounds on your Mac. "Learn how to play ambient soundscapes in the background on your Mac,...
Chrome on Mac Now Offers 18 Hours of YouTube, Says Google
Google announced on Tuesday further enhancements to its Chrome browser, making the latter more energy efficient for Apple Mac users, specifically MacBook customers. With the latest release of Chrome, 2022 M2 MacBook 13-inch users can now "browse for 17 hours or watch YouTube for 18 hours,” says Google. This was possible due to a “ton...