Pixelmator Pro is now 50% off as an upcoming feature is teased
What you need to know
- Pixelmator Pro is now available with a 50% discount.
- A new ML Crop feature is also being teased.
Pixelmator Pro is now available with a massive 50% price reduction, the team behind the popular app announced today. That means you can pick it up for a bargain $19.99 right now.
The same is part of a promotion in which an upcoming feature is also being teased. ML Crop will improve the Crop tool in a ton of new ways, the Pixelmator Team says.
As for ML Crop, Pixelmator Pro users can look forward to a feature that looks at the composition of photos using machine learning so it can suggest the best drop based on what the image shows. It's another example of letting your computer determine the best way forward, all thanks to machine learning. Apple's latest MacBook Air and other Apple silicon Macs are particularly suited to this kind of work thanks to those new chips.
ML Crop is part of a big new Pixelmator Pro 2.1 update that's coming soon. For now, you can lock that 50% discount in buy picking Pixelmator Pro up from the Mac App Store now
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