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Pixelmator has been pretty tight-fisted about letting their image-editor-in-progress see the light of day. There have only been 1 or 2 screencasts released by the developers, and what few beta testers were out there weren’t too loud about it. But today you can go download Pixelmator […]

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Pixelmator has been pretty tight-fisted about letting their image-editor-in-progress see the light of day. There have only been 1 or 2 screencasts released by the developers, and what few beta testers were out there weren’t too loud about it. But today you can go download Pixelmator 1.0 and test drive it for yourself. If you like it, there’s a $59 price tag.

Given that it supports Photoshop .psd files, iSight, and much more, it may be a fantastic mid-way application for those not willing or able to plunk down the cash for Photoshop CS3.

  1. It’s a great app! I was one of the few but quiet beta testers. I would buy it but I’m still just going to wait for a little while for some more features. (I don’t have much extra cash after I got a new mac).

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  2. I have to agree. It has a pretty cool interface though. Feature-wise, well it’s a bit lacking..

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  3. but how does it compare to the very FREE version of chocoflop? chocoflop appears to do a lot of what pixelmator does – and uses core graphics as well…

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  4. I like it. Like it a lot. But lack of CMYK is a deal-breaker.

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  5. I’ll have to check it out. I’ve been looking for a good image editing software that’s more affortable than Photoshop.

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