Pixelmator for iOS was now upgraded with complete support for iOS 9, empowering splitscreen multi-tasking when applied to an iPad. Pixelmator supports total Split View, that will enable the Pixelmator app to be employed side by side with other apps on the iPad mini 4 and the iPad Air 2. On iPads that are older, splitscreen multi-tasking is likely to be restricted to Slide Around.


“Pixelmator constantly takes advantage of the most recent iOS characteristics and systems, and now we are thrilled to to create Pixelmator for iOS 2.1, which contains complete support for iOS 9, 8K picture support, and the skill for iPad customers to operate in Pixelmator and any other app at the same time with Split See and Slide Over.” Said among the creators of the Pixelmator Team, Aidas Dailide. “Together with the newest attributes in Pixelmator for iOS, it’s even simpler and much more enjoyable to edit pictures away from home.”

Today’s update also has support for 8K resolution pictures, allowing customers edit pictures which can be up to 64 megapixels on their iPhone or iPad, and Limelight Search on the iPhone and iPad will now index Pixelmator files so that they’ll appear in search results.

There Is A a new “Open in Location” attribute to open pictures from everywhere and save edits in the exact same area, and the “Conserve to Pictures” attribute will now open pictures from Photography and conserve edits onto the exact same picture without making a a replica picture.

Pixelmator may be downloaded in the App Store for $4.99. [Immediate Hyperlink]

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