'Amazing Photo and Video' Promo Offers 50% Off Popular Apps for Mac and iOS

Apple today launched a new "Amazing Photo + Video Apps" promotion in the Mac and iOS App Stores, discounting a number of popular photo and video editing apps by 50 percent off or more.

In the iOS App Store, there are 23 apps available at discounted prices, including options like Spark Camera ($0.99), Camera+ ($1.99), Over ($0.99), Mextures ($0.99), Word Swag ($1.99), Union ($1.99), and Juxtaposer ($0.99). There are apps for taking photos, editing them, and adding interesting photo effects, and there are also a few video-centric apps available.

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In the Mac App Store, there are 12 apps available at 50 percent off, including popular photo editing app Pixelmator, a favorite Photoshop alternative for Mac users. With the discount, Pixelmator is priced at $14.99, down from its original price of $29.99. Other popular Mac apps on sale include CameraBag 2 ($14.99), Tonality ($9.99), Snapheal ($6.99), Flare 2 ($6.99), and ScreenFlow 5 ($49.99).

The discounted apps are available through each of the App Stores, and the price cuts will be available until next week.


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46 months ago
if they just brought back Aperture i would be happy
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46 months ago

if they just brought back Aperture i would be happy


"Insert completely unrelated complaint here", then grumble my life away.
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46 months ago
I guess this is Apples way of apologising for 'Photos' and its shortcomings?
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46 months ago
If you have Photoshop, you need none of these apps, either MacOS or IOS. All of these apps take a little bit from Photoshop and it becomes the focus of the app. Some of them are like a visual toy to play with and it could be relaxing to try out filters and effects.
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46 months ago
Legend is pretty fun. The photo space looks better than it did a few years ago. There was so many gimmicks.

If you have Photoshop, you need none of these apps, either MacOS or IOS. All of these apps take a little bit from Photoshop and it becomes the focus of the app. Some of them are like a visual toy to play with and it could be relaxing to try out filters and effects.


Sometimes you only need that one thing from Photoshop though. And unless you're making money from it, there really isn't a point in investing into it. That's why I switched to Pixelmator. I just open my photo, crop it, make a few color adjustments, and there you go. That's why I like Darkroom on the iPhone, best of all I can save the settings, and swipe through and apply them to the rest of my set tweaking them here and there.
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46 months ago

Yes, I don't intend to subscribe to Adobe apps, so I'm starting to like pixelmator enough to consider getting it.


Get it while you can. It's worth it.
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46 months ago
Picked up pixelmator. Always happy to get a discount on apps :)
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