In March of last year, I said in my Snapheal for OS X review that “Perhaps the highest praise I can offer … is that I’ve been using Photoshop since v3, and I now find myself using Snapheal for the majority of my photo correcting needs. It integrates nicely with iPhoto, it’s easy, and it’s even kind of fun. It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to say that about Photoshop.”
Pretty lofty claim, right? Well, here’s your chance to put some serious time into Snapheal to find out for yourself, as MacPhun is selling their photo editor for only $7.99 (75% off the standard price).
My review was of version 1.1. Snapheal now has a feature set of over 20 editing tools in v2.1 that offer the ability to remove unwanted objects, delete objects from photos, fix skin imperfections, remove scratches and blemishes from photos, and more.
Beyond this, you can enjoy:
- Support of practically all image formats, including RAW
- Resolution support up to 32 megapixels
- Intuitive user interface
- Gestures support: Two-finger scroll; Pinch to zoom
- Import from Aperture and iPhoto
- Export “snaphealed” images to Aperture and iPhoto
- Share photos via Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, E-mail
- 100% compatibility with Mountain Lion and earlier OS X (10.7 and above)