Pixelmator Pro 2.0, optimized for Apple M-1 powered Mac, is now available

Pixelmator, a renowned and majestic company, has commemorated a big decision of launching the newest update, Pixelmator Pro 2.0. This new update will be an update of an image-editing software named Pixelmator Pro.

Pixelmator Pro 2.0 will be available on the official site from November 19. The great news lying behind the announcement is that the update will work natively on the Macs with Apple’s new M1 chip.

What makes Pixelmator Pro 2.0 different and unique?

With the help of an emulation layer called Rosetta 2, Intel’s previously developed versions can be run on Macs.

Other third parties that include Adobe aren’t planning to reveal any update by the end of this year.

The company isn’t planning to release the Arm-native version of their software by the end of this year.

Thus, photo editors can get a sigh of relief after seeing the supportive credibility of Pixelmator Pro after the launch of M1(Interestingly, users will still be able to run the Pixelmator Pro 2.0 on Intel-based Macs even).

What else can users expect from it?

With the latest Pixelmator Pro update, the 2.0 version will also have machine-learning features that benefit M1’s 16 core neural engine.

The company claims that there is advancement in Pixelmator Pro features as the new version will provide ML Super Resolution, which will enlarge the low-resolution photos.

Along with enlarging those low-resolution photos, it will maintain the texture and details, enhancing the speed by 15 times on new Macs.

The application also has a new icon to showcase in front of the viewers. With the collaboration of macOS BigSur, Apple updated its dock icons to make it look even more sophisticated and clear enough on both the devices, iOS, and iPadOS.

Pixelmator has tried to visualize the same thing by giving a vital touch of rounded-square-based icons, which Apple’s updated icons have come up with. Pixelmator announces this version as all-new, more refined, more designed, and more modern.

Bottom Line

This app’s interface will include a unified toolbar, two new browsers, and over 200 fresh presets. To look over the new features of Pixelmator, users can check on the Pixelmator’s Updates section.

Current Pixelmator Pro users can upgrade it to Pixelmator Pro 2.0 freely, while other people can buy it in the App Store at the cost of $39.99.

With the advent of Pixelmator Pro 2.0, there will be a surge in the photo editing market, and the interest regarding this field will also enhance, giving an uprising attribute for the beginners.


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