photo editing Stories July 15, 2016

Macphun offers 76% off its popular Creative Kit featuring 6 standalone photo editing apps for Mac and plugins for Photoshop and Lightroom. Normally priced at $340, 9to5Toys readers can get the complete Creative Kit this weekend only for just $79.

Get Macphun’s Creative Kit for $79 (Reg. $340)

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photo editing Stories December 16, 2015

Popular Mac/iOS developer MacPhun has launched a Mega Holiday Sale offering over 40% off its highly rated Mac photo editing/manipulation apps. While there are a number of notable deals here, some of the standouts are Intensify and Tonality for $10 each, along with Aurora HDR for $30. Regularly listed between $15 and $40, these apps are matching or beating the lowest we have seen on the App Store. Here is the full list of today’s MacPhun price drops:

Be sure to head over to our games hub for all the best deals on every platform, every day of the week.

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photo editing Stories November 25, 2015

expiredPixelmator – our favorite photo editing app for Mac gets a 50% discount today: $15 (Reg. $30)

One of our favorite Mac apps is the beneficiary of a 50% discount today: Pixelmator for OS X is now $14.99. This powerful photo-editing software regularly goes for $30, today is the first time that we’ve seen it at this price in seven months. It is a match of the lowest that we’ve seen it go for.

Since the beginning, we’ve found Pixelmator to be an excellent alternative to other photo editing programs, such as Adobe Photoshop. Not only for its cost effective price but also for the powerful editing tools that make this the perfect software for hobbyist photographers and prosumers alike. Pixelmator has an all-time rating of 4.5/5 stars by over 3,600 App Store users.

photo editing Stories October 29, 2015

expiredAdobe Photoshop Elements 14 (Mac/PC) is on sale for Prime members: $40 shipped (Reg. $70+)

Update (11/1 8:00am): Be sure to select the option fulfilled by Amazon, this listing may be on the right side of the screen.

Amazon has a sweet deal for its Prime members on the latest version of Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 for Mac and PC. This photo editing software regularly goes for $70, which is 30% off the original price. Currently, Prime members can grab Adobe’s Photoshop Elements 14 for $39.99 shipped as a physical disc for Mac/PC. Also available at Costco with membership. Rated 4.8/5.

While Adobe Photoshop CC is the ultimate photo editing suite, it can be overkill for users that just want simple tools to re-touch and edit photos. If you’re in that boat, Photoshop Elements 14 is the perfect companion to your digital library. It is the best-selling Photography software at Amazon.

This editing suite allows users to quickly edit and touch up photos, organize and sort with facial recognition, as well as digitally share with a variety of services. Adobe offers a full library of tutorials to help you get started and hone your skills. More details below. Looking for more power? Shop the entire selection of Adobe software.

photo editing Stories November 25, 2014

Macphun photo editing app bundle w/ $25 iTunes or Amazon gift card: $129.99 ($235 value), more

Macphun, known for its photo editing and manipulation apps, is offering over 40% in savings on its pro software with a $25 iTunes or Amazon gift card attached as part of its early Black Friday sale. The bundle includes Focus Pro, Tonality Pro, Snapheal Pro and Intensify Pro with a free $25 iTunes or Amazon gift card attached for $129.99. Those four apps typically sell for $210 individually without the added GC.

While the bundled software price is available in a wide number of countries, the gift cards are only valid in the US. More details on each each app below.

Additionally, for more casual users, the company has dropped the Mac App Store version of its apps up to 50% right now including FX Photo Studio Pro for $15 (Reg. $23), Snapheal for $13 (Reg. $20), Intensify for $15 (Reg. $25) and more.

photo editing Stories May 16, 2014

expiredAmazon Appstore makes nine Android photo editing apps free for today only

Instead of making just one app free, Amazon is stepping up its game and offering nine photo Android apps for free today.

The highlight of today’s promotion is the popular editing suite, PicShop, which typically lists for $2.99 at the Amazon Appstore and $4.99 at Google Play. It packs a plethora of photo editing tools such as color/saturation, brightness/contrast, sharpen/blur, tilt shift, depth of field, blemish remover, redeye remover, auto-correction, and more. Over 1,350 Amazon reviewers rate it 3.8 out of 5 stars.

Here are the other apps that are available for free today. As an added bonus you will also receive 100 free Amazon codes for each download:

Don’t forget you can also earn $20 worth of Amazon Coins by downloading Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

***All of the above apps (including PicShop) come with 100 Amazon Coins (or $1 of credit towards future purchases on the Amazon App Store). If you use the above Amazon Coins to pick up the above Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas deal whether you want the game or not, it will essentially leave you with 2,200 Amazon Coins or $22 to spend on future apps you do want, without having spent a dime.

photo editing Stories August 15, 2013

Apple Aperture 3 $40 shipped (Reg.$80)

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Groupon is offering Apple’s photo editing software Aperture 3 for just $40 shipped right now. That is $40 off the Mac App Store and $21 cheaper than the best new price on Amazon. This is version 3.0 and can be updated to the latest 3.4.5 via Apple.com, not the Mac App Store. For more info on upgrading from previous versions and what each update contains, head over to Apple’s support page. Aperture comes packed with over 200 new features including face detection and recognition tools, nondestructive, edge-aware brushes and GPS tools, among other things.

Apple Aperture 3: $40 shipped (Reg. $80)

And with a new unified photo library, you can now move seamlessly from iPhoto to Aperture —  and back — without having to import, export, or reprocess your photos. Aperture is packed with innovative adjustment tools to refine your images, including a revolutionary Auto White Balance that uses skin tones to correct color casts, and a professional Auto Enhance that applies Exposure, Vibrancy, Curves, and more with a single click.

photo editing Stories June 7, 2013

MacPhun, developers of popular Mac and iOS apps such as Snapheal, FX Photo Studio, and Vintagio, today announced they are giving away free copies of one of their other slick photography editing apps: ColorStrokes for Mac.

For a limited time, to celebrate the launch of the new MacPhun store, users can swing by the company’s website to pick up a free copy of ColorStrokes for Mac. The app offers Smart color processing technology, a number of filters, effects, and editing tools, and was recently updated with support for Retina display Macs.  expand full story

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