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Pixelmator 3.3 Limestone Out Now
Redesigned look and feel, adds full support for OS X Yosemite, and more.
The Pixelmator Team today announces Pixelmator 3.3 Limestone, an outstanding update to its powerful, fast and full-featured image editor, featuring an all-new design, full feature and technology support for OS X Yosemite, and more. Pixelmator 3.3 Limestone is available today as a free update on the Mac App Store.
“We are very excited to bring this awesome Pixelmator update with a brand-new look and feel,” said Saulius Dailide of the Pixelmator Team. “With the redesigned interface, full OS X Yosemite and Pixelmator for iPad support, Pixelmator fans can now fully enjoy seamless image editing on their Macs and iPads, too.”
Pixelmator 3.3 Limestone has been redesigned with an all-new look and feel inspired by OS X Yosemite. It keeps the black interface Pixelmator fans love, but enhances it with translucent elements to cohere with OS X Yosemite’s fresh and modern look, all while maintaining the power and speed users expect from Pixelmator.
Pixelmator 3.3 Limestone adds complete OS X Yosemite feature and technology support and embraces new Continuity features, like Handoff, so you can switch instantly between Mac and iPad apps, as well as iCloud Drive support, so you can safely store and access all your images on the device you have at that time.
Support for OS X Extensions offers an advanced-technology Repair Tool in apps like Mail or TextEdit. You can now easily remove objects and repair images right in the app you are using, without even having to open Pixelmator. Just add your picture to the message or document and use the extension tool to enhance it.
Pixelmator 3.3 Limestone works wonderfully together with Pixelmator for iPad and features an enhanced Pixelmator file format for completely seamless editing experience. In addition, full support for Continuity features like Handoff and iCloud Drive makes it a breeze to edit and create incredible pictures on your Mac and on your iPad.
Pixelmator 3.3 also includes a number of improvements and fixes related to stability and reliability.