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Pixelmator Photo For iPad is Available For Free Today

Written by Hassan Abbas

If you want a powerful photo editing tool on your iPad then Pixelmator Photo now is a good time to act.

Pixelmator Team developers behind the popular Pixelmator apps have decided to give anyone interested in their photo editing app for iPad a pretty solid gift this year. Right now, and for today only, the Pixelmator Photo: Pro Editor app for iPad is free. You can install it right now at no cost to you from the App Store.

Pixelmator Photo typically retails for $4.99. As it’s not the most expensive photo editing app out there, it’s still one of the best. And getting this powerful tool for free is pretty great. It’s an exclusive app for iPadOS.

Pixelmator Photo:

Pixelmator Photo – Pro Editor is a powerful photo editing tool that lets you do many professional edits to your photos on-the-go. It provides you with a ton of desktop-class editing tools, such as:

  • full RAW support
  • advanced coloring adjustments
  • selectively adjust color
  • edits the curve levels
  • view histograms of all edits
  • and much more

All edits that you do in this app are nondestructive.

Why Pixelmoter Photo is so good?

Another reason is that it uses Machine Learning Enhance, which is trained by 20 million professional photos, to automatically improve your photos like a pro. With this feature, it will automatically take care of subtle improvements in every shot. So you can focus on just adding your creative touches to what you want. There are different presets that you can mix-and-match to create your unique look too, which can all be saved for quick access in the future.

The app for the iPad fully supports RAW images, along with plenty of color adjustment options as well. There are a ton of tools to choose from baked into the app. The short of it is that you should take advantage of this deal today, even if you only splash in photo editing.


Hey, get ready to download Pixelmator Photo for iPad today and then let us know in the comments!

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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