Pixelmator Pro is an incredibly powerful, beautiful, and easy to use image editor designed exclusively for Mac.


With a wide range of professional-grade, nondestructive image editing tools, Pixelmator Pro lets you bring out the best in your photos, create gorgeous compositions and designs, draw, paint, apply stunning effects, design beautiful text, and edit images in just about any way you can imagine. And thanks to its intuitive and accessible design, Pixelmator Pro is delightfully easy to use – whether you’re just starting out with image editing or you’re a seasoned pro.


The modern, single-window interface is designed exclusively for working with images on a Mac. An intuitive and accessible design makes it easy for anyone to edit images – from complete beginners to design professionals.



Version 2.0.7:


  • The Fade effect now has a Fade Whites slider that lets you darken the brightest areas of an image.
  • The Move Back, Move Front slider in the Arrange tool has been replaced by Move to Back, Move to Front, Move Backward, and Move Forward buttons.
  • When viewing and changing the pixel size and position of layers using the Arrange and Transform tools, you’ll now be able to see decimal values when layers don’t exactly align to pixels.
  • When viewing and changing the angle of layers using the Arrange and Transform tools, you’ll now be able to see values up to two decimal places.
  • The blending mode pop-up menu in the Layers sidebar will now always be opened upwards, so you don’t have to expand it by scrolling each time.
  • The names of the two Quick Look extensions have been updated to Thumbnails and Full-Size Previews to make it more obvious what each one does.
  • You can now create new documents from the clipboard when the clipboard contains a page from a PDF file.
  • The performance of the Slice tool on macOS 11 has been improved.
  • It was not possible to open non-RGB 32-bit images in Pixelmator Pro. They will now be opened as 16-bit RGB images.


  • Drawing outside the canvas using the Repair tool would cause an area to not be repaired. Fixed.
  • Picking pure white using the Select Color Range tool would not work if the tool was just opened. Fixed.
  • When editing text in sheets, certain keyboard shortcuts that can be used to both edit text and edit layers will be disabled so only the text is edited.
  • When using the Effects tool and dragging layers with the Command-drag shortcut while their effect ropes are visible, the position of the rope would not be updated. Fixed.
  • RAW images with non-standard bias values (used to decode the RAW and apply initial exposure adjustments) would be opened incorrectly. Fixed.
  • Undo steps would sometimes not be created when editing gradient colors stops, most often when using the Apple Colors window. Fixed.
  • Leaving the Crop tool active for a longer period of time without making any edits would automatically crop the image with the active settings after some time. Fixed.
  • The previews of gradients with colors in the Display P3 color space would be displayed incorrectly with documents without a color profile. Fixed.
  • EXR (and other images) with extended range color information would not be opened. Fixed.
  • After turning on soft proofing, choosing a profile, then turning off soft proofing, the document’s subtitle would show that soft proofing was still on. Fixed.



  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • macOS 10.14.4 or later

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