Pixelmator Photo Now Available on iPhone

Pixelmator today announced that its Pixelmator Photo app is now available on the iPhone. Previously limited to the iPad, the photo editing app features over 30 desktop-class color adjustment options, support for over 600 RAW image formats like Apple ProRAW, integration with the Photos app and iCloud Photos, and several AI-powered editing tools.

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Pixelmator Photo for iPhone also includes batch editing features for editing entire photoshoots at once, copying and pasting edits between photos, a split comparison view for comparing edits in close detail, essential tools like Crop and Straighten, and more.


Pixelmator Photo for iPhone requires iOS 14 or later and is available today on the App Store as a free update for existing users of the iPad app. New users can take advantage of a special launch price of $3.99, and the app will be regularly priced at $7.99.

Pixelmator is best known for its popular Pixelmator Pro image editor for the Mac.

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gank41 Avatar
33 months ago

I have the original Pixelmator for the iPad and on the App Store it shows I need to pay.
I just noticed that and when I tried buying it ($3.99) it told me I had a prior version and allowed me to get this version for free.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Rygaard Avatar
33 months ago
Just bought it - the ML is really good at color correction- had a picture in poor light of a pink glitter wall that looked brown / yellow- it totally nailed the correction!!! ( picture taken on iPhone 12 Pro Max)

Also the “Super resolution “ is working REALLY well !! ( the picture is a 1000x zoom on a picture of a mushroom - iPhone 12 Pro Max )

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Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
strongidea Avatar
33 months ago

I just noticed that and when I tried buying it ($3.99) it told me I had a prior version and allowed me to get this version for free.
I can confirm this.

I was pretty sure I had bought the app for iPad and still was showing as £3.49 for me, but when I “bought” it again, it showed a message saying the update was free because I own a previous version or something
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JetBlack7 Avatar
33 months ago
I have the original Pixelmator for the iPad and on the App Store it shows I need to pay.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
evertjr Avatar
33 months ago
Instabuy, I was so ready to ditch Lightroom mobile.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TehFalcon Avatar
33 months ago
What’s the difference between the Pixelmator and Pixelmator Photo app?
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)