What are the requirements for installing Photomator?
Photomator requires macOS Ventura or later on Mac, and iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 or later on iPhone and iPad.
Where can I get Photomator?
Photomator is available to download from the App Store on Mac, iPhone, and iPad. You can choose monthly or yearly subscription plans, or if you prefer to purchase Photomator and keep it, a one-time purchase license is also available. To check the Photomator pricing in your region, visit its official page on App Store
Is there a free trial available for Photomator?
Yes! When you download Photomator for the first time, you get 3 free edits (or 10 if you are an early supporter or Pixelmator Pro user). On Mac, you can see how many free edits you have left in the Photomator toolbar. To extend your trial period, you can opt for the yearly subscription, which also includes a bonus 7-day trial at no extra cost.
Note: If you sign up for a 7-day trial and you don't want to continue with the yearly subscription, make sure to cancel it at least 24 hours before the trial ends. If you do it later, you may be charged the full subscription fee.
What's the difference between Photomator and Pixelmator Pro?
Photomator and Pixelmator Pro are two powerful apps with two distinct purposes. In short, Photomator
is dedicated for ultra-fast photo editing workflows, while Pixelmator Pro
offers all the tools you need to create designs from scratch. For a full rundown of the key features in Photomator and Pixelmator Pro, see our dedicated comparison
Do I need both Photomator and Pixelmator Pro?
Photomator and Pixelmator Pro work great independently for specific editing workflows, but they have also been designed to work beautifully together. Both apps offer seamless edit syncing through iCloud which makes it super easy to round-trip between them – for example, you can edit a photo in Photomator, then send it to Pixelmator Pro to add some text, shapes, paint on it, and more.
I’m an existing Photomator user, do I need to pay again for Photomator for Mac?
All users who bought Photomator after August 18th, 2022
are eligible for multiple Photomator installs on Mac, iPhone, and iPad devices with a single license. After you’ve downloaded Photomator on a new device, you’ll need to restore your previous purchase to start using the app. To do that, open Photomator and tap Restore at the top of the purchase window that appears. If you run into trouble restoring your purchase, visit this Apple Support article
for troubleshooting tips or contact Photomator support
For early Photomator supporters, we're offering special discounts for the lifetime license of Photomator which unlocks it on Mac, iPhone, and iPad. All Photomator users can also continue using the app version they currently own on iPhone or iPad and receive free updates in the future, regardless if they purchase Photomator for Mac or not.
How do I work with photos from Finder in Photomator?
You can open photos from anywhere on your Mac by dragging and dropping them to the Photomator icon in the Dock, or import entire folders of photos by pressing + in the toolbar. At the moment, when you import photos or folders from Finder, Photomator creates matching albums for them in Photos. Full macOS file system support is under development and will be available in future updates. You can learn more about other awesome features that are coming to Photomator by checking out the official Roadmap
Does Photomator support Family Sharing?
Yes! You can share your purchased copy of Photomator with your family members for free if you have a family sharing group set up on your App Store account. If you don’t have Family Sharing set up, visit Apple Support
website to learn how.
I’m a Pixelmator Pro user, do I get Photomator with a discount?
Pixelmator Pro and Photomator are two independent apps, so users of Pixelmator Pro won't automatically receive access to Photomator for Mac. However, as the two apps were designed to work together and complement each other in design and photography workflows, for a limited time, we're offering Photomator for Mac with a 30% discount to all Pixelmator Pro users. To learn more about the offer, visit the official Photomator page on the Mac App Store
Which RAW formats does Photomator support?
Photomator features full support for RAW images from over 650 cameras
including compressed Fujifilm RAWs. If your camera is relatively new and is not yet supported by Apple, support will most likely be added in future updates and Photomator will be able to take advantage of it automatically. You can also let us know which camera models you’d like Photomator to support by filing out this form
and sharing a sample RAW file with us. This way, we can work on adding support for more cameras in the future.
How do I get started with Photomator?
If you're new to Photomator, you can visit the Photomator User Guide
to learn more about the tools and features available in the app. Also, be sure to check out the illustrated tips in the Photomator Getting Started
guide on iPhone and iPad, or choose Help > Tips for Photomator on Mac. If you still have questions, feel free to ask them on the Pixelmator Community forum