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Pixelmator for iPhone and iPad gets dynamic tool sizing and Repair improvements

Pixelmator's latest update for the iPhone and iPad has introduced a new Dynamic Touch tool resizing function for all of the app's Retouch tools, and has enhanced the Repair tool, making it up to five times faster.

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Pixelmator arrives on the iPhone to put desktop-class editing in your pocket

Pixelmator is now available for the iPhone, bringing powerful image editing to Apple's smallest screen. The app has also added a number of new tools, such as a Distort tool built with Apple's Metal framework, and a new clone tool.

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Pixelmator for iPhone is coming to put desktop-class photo editing in your pocket

Pixelmator for iPhone is coming, and will bring powerful photo editing to your pocket.

Pixelmator for iPhone will arrive as an update to the existing iPad application, which will make the app universal.

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Pixelmator for Mac picks up support for Photos and Force Touch trackpads

Popular Mac image editor Pixelmator has been updated to version 3.3.2, bringing support for Photos for Mac, a new repair tool, and more.

Pixelmator lets you easily access your images from the new Photos app on OS X. You can access your library from Photos in Pixelmator's photo browser, letting you quickly open any image in the app. You can also send your work in Pixelmator to Photos.

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Best photo editing apps for iPad

The screen real estate and touch surface of the iPad make it an ideal tool for doing some serious photo editing.

Whether you want to get rid of a skin blemish, blue a sky, add filters, or something else, there are tons of photo editing apps available for iPad. With the help of services like iCloud Photo Library it's easier and more convenient than ever to shoot on your iPhone and start editing instantly on iPad. Depending on what kind of photo editing you need to do, some apps may be better suited for you than others, and that's exactly what we're going to help you figure out.

These are the photo editing apps for iPad we feel are currently the best of the best!

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Save 50 percent on Pixelmator for Mac! One week only

Right now you can save 50 percent off the price of the Mac app, lowering it to $14.99.

Pixelmator is fantastic Mac image editing software (it's also made for iOS). The deal is only for one week, so get yourself over to the Mac App Store and buy it.

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Pixelmator for iPad adds watercolor brushes, a new color picker, and more

Pixelmator for iPad has been updated to version 1.1, adding new, more powerful ways to create and edit images including new brushes, a better painting engine, and support for Adonit styluses.

Pixelmator has added a new set of 12 watercolor brushes to help you create realistic watercolor paintings. The app also has a refreshed color picker, which will remember your previously-selected colors.

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Pixelmator for Mac gets Yosemite-inspired redesign, iCloud Drive and Handoff support

Pixelmator is a popular and favorably rated image editing suite available for Mac and the iPad. The app has just been bumped to version 3.3 (codename Limestone), introducing numerous new features and changes to make everything work like magic with OS X Yosemite.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps of October

Hopefully you guys are gearing up for a fun-filled Halloween, but we wouldn't let October slip by without rounding up the very best games and best apps for iPhone and iPad that have been released in the last 30 days. We've got a ton of running and racing games this month, plus one of the best RPGs we've seen in the App Store in awhile. There are also lots of high quality creative apps to check out, whether your into music, art, or videography.

We're always eager to hear what you guys have installed, so be sure to hit up the comments with your favorite new apps. With that, let's dig into our top ten new iOS apps that were released in October.

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iMore show 428: Continuity Konami code

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — We've got the new iPad Air 2 and we share our thoughts about the display, performance, and camera. Tim Cook made us proud. The App Store rejected then re-accepted calculator widgets — why? Pixelmator should charge more, and how to get Continuity to work. With Serenity Caldwell, Ally Kazmucha, and Rene Ritchie.

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