Pixelmator Update 1.1


Pixelmator for the iPad is a very powerful image editor. You can create, edit and enhance images and share them. Watch and learn more about Pixelmator for iPad below. The new features and fixes for this version of Pixelmator for iPad include: • Unique watercolor painting technology allows creating real-life-looking watercolor paintings • 12 new beautifulContinue reading “Pixelmator Update 1.1”

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iPhoto Update for iPad


Today, Apple updated the iPhoto for iOS to version 1.0.1. The update provides stability improvements and addresses the following: • When publishing a journal to iCloud, the URL of the journal can now be copied using a Copy Link button • An issue that could cause duplicate photos to appear in Photos view The updateContinue reading “iPhoto Update for iPad”

iPhoto for iPad (and iPhone)


When Apple announced the iPad on March 7, it also introduced updated software and something new. iPhoto for the iPad and iPhone. Previously, iPhoto was available as part of the iLife suite of apps on the Mac to allow you to organize, edit and share your digital photos and images. Now, the app has beenContinue reading “iPhoto for iPad (and iPhone)”

Adobe Photoshop Touch Released


Today, Adobe released Photoshop Touch, an iPad version of core Photoshop® features. Now, you can combine images, apply professional effects, share results from the convenience of your iPad2. This app will not work with iPad first generation. The developer further states: • Use popular Photoshop features designed for the tablet such as layers, selection tools,Continue reading “Adobe Photoshop Touch Released”

iPad App of the Year – Snapseed


  Apple has just announced the iPad app of the year…Snapseed. This photo app allows you to transform, enhance and share photos. You can use your iPad as an editing machine. The features include: == Basic Adjustments == • Auto Correct – Automatically analyzes your photo and adjusts color and exposure to perfection. • SelectiveContinue reading “iPad App of the Year – Snapseed”