Snapheal 2.2 – Mac OS X
Snapheal 2 is finally here. Retina ready, new erasing algorithms and over 20 new tools.
Snapheal is the incredible erasing app that allows you to REMOVE extra objects & text; FIX skin imperfections; RESTORE old and damaged photos.
And perform complex pro photo enhancement in a few clicks with no special learning. Same and even better results than expensive photo editing software.
Here is what you can do with Snapheal:
- Remove unwanted objects
- Delete people from the photos
- Make skin imperfections vanish
- Erase text, signatures, etc
- Fix old scanned photos
- Remove scratches and blemishes
Over 15 easy to learn photo editing tools let you make pictures more awesome in a click:
- Clone & stamp
- Light levels control
- Sharpen and noise reduction
- Highlights and shadows
- Saturation, gamma, contrast, hues, exposure
- Clarity and color temperature
- Crop, rotate, flip and more
Above 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
- Drag and Drop images into application window
- Import from Aperture and iPhoto
- Export “snaphealed” images to Aperture and iPhoto
- Share photos via Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, E-mail
- 100% compatibility with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and earlier OS X (10.6 and above)
Snapheal is a one of a kind photo editor that saves you hundreds of dollars (you would spend on photo editing software) and lots of time (you would spend on learning that software), and makes your pictures looks awesome in no time
- New tools. Clarity and Hue brushes in Retouch mode. Now you can adjust Clarity and Hue on specific part of your image, leaving the rest untouched.
- Improved handling of RAW files. Fixed bug that prevented from opening RAW files from Canon EOS 60D and some other cameras.
- Improved ColorSpace algorithm
- Improved loading of large files
- Improved erasing algorithm
- Improved crop
- Minor UI improvements
- Some important stability issues fixed
Intel, OS X 10.7 or later