Photo-Editing Software: Try Pixelmator

June 06, 2013

Photo-Editing Software: Try Pixelmator

The big news lately in the photo-editing world is Adobe’s move to a subscription-based model where Photoshop, Lightroom and the rest of Adobe’s software packages will only be available through the Creative Cloud on a monthly subscription basis. Going forward, there will no longer be an option to buy these software packages on an individual, perpetual-licensed, boxed product.

This move has made a lot of people unhappy with Adobe and looking for alternatives, especially for Photoshop:

If you don’t like Adobe's move to the cloud, try Pixelmator




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