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Pixelmator, a powerful image editing software for the Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has received a substantial price cut in the App Store in a limited-time promotion following yesterday’s update which brought out the new Dynamic Touch feature, a much improved and 5x faster Repair tool and more.

Going from $4.99 to just 99 cents, Pixelmator for iPhone and iPad is now a steal.

Keep in mind that’s 99 cents to download the universal Pixelmator app to all your iOS devices. I wholeheartedly recommend you pick up this awesome app right now, especially if you’ve been holding out for a sale. By the way, this is the first Pixelmator’s iOS edition has received such a deep price cut following its October 2014 App Store debut.

Pixelmator is arguably the most powerful image editing application for the iPhone and iPad. It’s also available on the Mac and supports powerful iOS 8 technologies like Handoff, iCloud syncing and more, making cross-platform image editing a cinch.

The app can open, edit and save Photoshop images with layers, as well as many other popular formats like JPEG, PNG PDF and more. Pixelmator’s extension allows you to apply filters to images within the context of iOS 8’s stock Photos app.

Its ultra-fast and precise Repair tool makes it easy to remove unwanted spots, blemishes and whole objects from your photos. The app takes full advantage of 64-bit architecture and technologies like ARC, Grand Central Dispatch, OpenGL ES, Metal, Core Image and Core Animation to deliver real-time responsiveness.

Pixelmator supports a selection of Wacom or Adonit styli.

Moreover, it offers more than a hundred artist-designed brushes and erasers, including near-natural wetness effect of watercolor and crayon brushes.

You can play around with image colors with the Hue and Saturation effect; pinch, bump, twirl or warp areas of an image with powerful Distort Tools; blur, sharpen, lighten or darken specific areas; take full control over the tonal range of your image with levels and curves; apply color correction presets with a single tap and much more.

The 95.9-megabyte app requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 7.0 or later.

Pixelmator for iOS is currently 99 cents in the App Store.

Pixlemator for Mac is $29.99 in the Mac App Store.

  • Thiago Dornelas

    ooops, bought it yesterday 🙁

  • Jason Baroni

    Already worth $9.99, as it landed on App Store. This current promotion is beyond affordable! Highly recommended.

  • CharlesPC

    i just DL it to have a look … and i think Enlight is 1000 times better !!
    (easy to use, good looking…)

  • Fardeen Beharry

    just purchased it. gonna give it a try, i wanna test the retouching feature more

  • Ángel Javier Esquivel

    Bought it, now it’s time to buy an iPad Air 2

  • Elias Chao

    In my country (México) it cost around ₵0.35 right now. As well as Goat Simulator and Doodle Jump.

    • Héctor Viveros

      Si lo vi, cuesta $5 MXP

      • Elias Chao

        MXN* :p

  • Chang in Charge

    So mad I bought this couple of months ago at $4.99 I need a $4 refund.

  • Joshua The-Legend Wiebe

    .99 only in America..

    • Elias Chao

      In my country (Mexico) is cheaper: ~$0.35 USD.

  • iByron

    Wow. Definitely worth it now. Still glad I bought when I did, though.

  • fasih

    In India, It costs around र10 = $0.15

    • :D

      Wow now I’m tempted to set up an Indian iTunes account and to buy everything through the Indian iTunes Store

  • Bought. Facetune as well (also .99 USD)

  • iByron

    I smell a promo. Goat Simulator is also $0.99 right now. Isn’t it usually more than that?

    EDIT: Yeah, it’s usually $4.99. Don’t buy apps until tomorrow. 😉

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