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Adobe Brings Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10 Editors to Mac App Store

Back in July, Adobe entered the Mac App Store for the first time with the release of Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 Editor, a slightly scaled-down version of the company's consumer image editing application. When the company released Photoshop Elements 10 in boxed form in mid-September, we asked Adobe about a Mac App Store release for the new version and were told that it was in the works but under a different timeline given that it is a separate application.


Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 Editor

Adobe has now completed work on not only the Mac App Store version of Photoshop Elements 10 Editor but also Premiere Elements 10 Editor, which are now available in the Mac App Store for $79.99 each.


Adobe Premiere Elements 10 Editor

Like the earlier Photoshop Elements release for the Mac App Store, the new releases do not include the Elements Organizer functionality found in their non-Mac App Store counterparts, and do not support case-sensitive HFS+ (HFSX) volumes. Premiere Elements 10 Editor also does not support the SmartSound capabilities found in the full version.

Current users of Photoshop Elements 9 Editor from the Mac App Store should note that the new Version 10 is a separate application and thus not available as a free upgrade.

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32 months ago
I come to a site called MacRumors to hear authoritative news and information about iPhones and other iOS devices along with Android and Window phones, not to hear rumors about Macs and Mac related software. Stop clogging up the front page!

Update: My first down vote! :D
Rating: 12 Positives
32 months ago
Did they also say when it will be availible on torrent?
Rating: 11 Positives
32 months ago

Meh, Im a student. I can cet Photoshop extended for 200 bucks...


It's great to know schools are dropping the requirement to proofread your work before submitting it.

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teeth whitening filters? seriously? just brush your damn teeth and or whiten in the real world.


This feature could be focused on the European market. :D jk.
Rating: 9 Positives
32 months ago
Why does it seem that half the third party software for OS X doesn't support case sensitive volumes? Has Adobe looked at a calendar lately? Mine says it's 2011, not 1981. This is inexcusable in the 21st century.
Rating: 8 Positives
32 months ago

Because its widely know that Europe consumes the most junk food-oh wait:rolleyes:


Love how anyone insulting Europeans gets thumbs up, yet you take one hit at Americans and you get a load of thumbs down.
Rating: 8 Positives
32 months ago
teeth whitening filters? seriously? just brush your damn teeth and or whiten in the real world.
Rating: 7 Positives
32 months ago

I come to a site called MacRumors to hear authoritative news and information about iPhones and other iOS devices along with Android and Window phones, not to hear rumors about Macs and Mac related software. Stop clogging up the front page!


I got a chuckle out of it, at least. People's sarcasm detectors must be broken… Unless you were serious, in which case mine is broken.
Rating: 7 Positives
32 months ago
Now it's even easier to ruin your photos with terrible filters!
Rating: 7 Positives
32 months ago

I come to a site called MacRumors to hear authoritative news and information about iPhones and other iOS devices along with Android and Window phones, not to hear rumors about Macs and Mac related software. Stop clogging up the front page!

Update: My first down vote! :D


Ha... your sarcasm seems to have been missed by many.... :)
Rating: 7 Positives
32 months ago
Price should be lower. There are routinely deals for these programs for much cheaper.
Rating: 6 Positives

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