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The Mac app Pixelator Pro for photo and image editing under macOS has been optimized for working with the M2020 chip since November 1. This is used in the current 13-inch models of the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air as well as in the current Mac mini. In detail, the version for the "Apple Silicon" was Pixelmator Pro 2.0 Junipero created. This was published on November 18th, updates to versions 2.0.1 and 2.0.2 followed in December. Thanks to the latest update, the software now also supports Apple ProRAW photos.
A slim and clear design for intuitive operation, support for the latest Mac models from Apple and optimization for use with macOS Big Sur - this is what Pixelmator Pro 2 should do. In addition, the app offers extensive color management for the professional processing of digital photographs. These can, among other things, be optimized for publication on the web. Pixelmator Pro 2 is also able to handle Photoshop files (PSD). An implementation of Apple Script is possible. In addition, the program uses many advantages of Apple's hardware and software components: Touch Bar, Sidecar, Metal, Core ML, SwiftUI and more.
Actually, the photo and image editing software for the Apple Mac costs $ 39,99. However, there is currently a 50% discount, which is why you can get the current full version for only $ 19,99 (as of January 4, 2021). You can also find on the official website Download a free trial version for the app. With this, the software for photo and graphic editing can be tried out first. So you don't have to cumbersome cancel the purchase if you don't like it. But if you like it, you can currently purchase the complete package with the long-term license cheaply. Further details, screenshots and data can be found on the linked page.
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