Blistering on the heels of Apple's iOS 9 modernize, Pixelmator has announced version 2.1 of its mobile picture-editing app. Pixelmator is an appealing and reasonable Photoshop alternative with both desktop and mobile versions, offering layers, alteration and effects tools in a contemporary, smooth interface. The fresh iOS 9 version comes entire with maintain for multitasking, with iPad Slide Over and Split View.
That's not the single alter, though. Pixelmator 2.1 currently supports 8K images or 50 megapixels, both on iPhone and iPad. It can now work directly with the Apple Photos app also, with the capability to open imagery in PIxelmator from the amend mode. By it this means offers a smaller set of apparatus, though, and is partial a lone effect at a time. It also saves the fresh version 'over' the innovative in your Photos library.
You can, though, launch Pixelmator disjointedly and then browse your Photos library to locate the image you desire to work on. This unleashes the app's complete set of tools, and it also allows you to save a fresh duplicate back to your Photos library. Pixelmator can also use iCloud to make imagery accessible all over. You can use Pixelmator for usual exposure and color adjustments, cropping and retouching, and also a tool for addition of retro effects to your pictures.