Pixelmator (4,99 euros)
When Pixelmator introduced its newest version in that Apple keynote we knew that if it was already important on the Mac, it would now become almost indispensable for iOS devices. Today, with the arrival of its new update we highlight it because thanks to iOS 9 it is even better.
Version 2.1 integrates three main features: full iOS 9 support, multitasking on the iPad and the ability to edit images up to 64MP . Then we have other additions that come with the latest version of Apple’s mobile system like Open in , which allows you to open images from other apps and make changes.
But it’s the multitasking on the iPad that I find most interesting. Especially on the iPar Air 2 and, in a future iPad Pro. Now editing images on the Apple tablet is more efficient , and you avoid possible distractions when answering a mail or message. In addition to all the potential and convenience of having a double view to be able to transfer the image from, for example, Pixelmator to Notes, Mail, etc.
If it was already worth acquiring the application now I think it is almost a must if you are looking for a complete image editor in iOS. Because, there are other alternatives like Enlight or Darkroom, but if you want to do all that and be able to make compositions I think Pixelmator is almost the best.