Acorn 5 is out now and on sale for a limited time for $24.95.
Available through Flying Meat Store and Mac App Store.
I’ve been using Acorn and Pixelmator in lieu of Adobe Photoshop for cropping, touch-up and quick edit. One thing that I find pleasant about Acorn is that it has similar shortcut keys with Adobe Photoshop.
Acorn 5 requires OS X Yosemite (10.10) or later.
Acorn 5 would be the third time I purchased Acorn.
Apple updated the SSL Certificate for swscan.apple.com on early Sunday, May 25, 2014.
Late Saturday afternoon, a colleague told me that he was having issues getting software updates through the Mac App Store.
An error has occurred
The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “swscan.apple.com” which could put your confidential information at risk.
Upon further investigation, apparently someone at Apple forgot to install new SSL Certificate for swscan.apple.com.
Is it possible that a small company like Apple could not afford at least one person to make sure all their security certificate up to date?
Mr Tim Cook, I am available to do the one job. How about $200,000 a year sound?
Preview of Pixelmator 3.2 Sandstone is up as it is coming soon.
In developing an entirely new Repair Tool, we’ve used the latest breakthrough technologies that enable you to remove dust, blemishes and entire objects from your images with an unsurpassed level of precision and quality.
The other good news:
Even more, we want as many of you as possible to have fun while editing pictures. So, starting today we cut the price in half for entire week. If you don’t have Pixelmator yet, it’s a good time to download it for just $14.99 and get Pixelmator 3.2 for free.
I have been using Pixelmator as my main image editor instead of Adobe Photoshop (Sorry David). I still use Adobe Photoshop because there are certain workflows in I cannot do in Pixelmator yet.