Developer: Synium Software GmbH
Current Version: 2.6.1
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 137.6 MB - Download
From simple logos, banners, icons, postcards, and buttons to complex vector art- Logoist 2 for Mac helps you create impressive illustrations and images. With its advanced layers, groups, and beautiful effects and filters there is no limit to your creativity. Create images from any shape or path, or use the large clip art gallery. Logoist 2 is the ideal tool to translate your ideas into images.
For projects you wish to complete quickly simply use one of the template wizards. It's a matter of a few steps to create ready-to-use postcards and galleries that you can further refine and edit as you please. Export your project as an image, vector image or photoshop file. Logoist 2 also features iCloud integration, offering optional and on-demand access to the latest versions of all your images and projects on all your Mac computers.
Logoist 2 has been created for entry-level and professional users alike. It provides professional users with unique and powerful tools and ensures an easy start to vector graphics editing for complete beginners.
Logoist 2's features:
- a clean and completely redesigned user interface
- a broad range of effects and styles
- thousands of clip art images with multiple themes
- easy creation of paths and shapes
- template wizards
- groups with any number of elements
- clearly arranged layer management
- vector as well as raster graphics
- export projects as images, vector images, or photoshop files
- file sync via iCloud
- quick and easy sharing and publishing of images via e-mail, iMessage, Facebook, Twitter...
- flexible Boolean operations (combination, subtraction, cutting and intersection)
- option to combine vector and raster effects in one image
- keep an overview of complex projects with the x-ray mode
In short: Logoist 2 offers endless possibilities to indulge your creativity!
- SVG Export
- EPS Export
- Improved PDF Export
- Optimised performance on OS X El Capitan using Metal
- Better vector export
- Borders and many other filters are now exported as vector graphics
- Warnings added for filters and fills that cannot be exported as vector
- New Template system
- Create your own templates for commonly reused graphics
- Many included templates (badges, buttons, cliparts)
- Templates are shared across documents
- Startup Window improved
- Recent Documents are now displayed in the Startup Window for quick access
- Faster startup speed
- Improved rulers
- Improved performance
- New samples added
Version 2.6.1 fixes an issue using the Pinch-To-Zoom-Gesture on El Capitan
Most Helpful Reviews
Does the job outstandingly! - Don’t listen to the crazy professionals in here, this program delivers on what it promises andthen some! In my first three hours with this pp, I designed 2 logo’s, and a set of 33 very professional and moden looking buttins and a caption set to use with my eLearning buisiness. I have even sold these designs (excluding logo’s) 7 times on eBay and made my money back for this software several times over! I don’t come from a creative design background at all, so three hours to acheive this with no experience is simply outstanding! The ‘crazy’ people I refer to on these comments are actually the professional designers, rating this low as it’s ‘too basic’ and ‘doesn’t compare to Photoshop’. Really guys? Somthing sold for less than $20 really shouldn’t do the same thing - otherwise Adobe is really ripping you off for PS! lol Somtimes simplicity is the key - if you want big and complex, go to Adobe. If you want quick and simple, look here.
Launched app and got full screen holiday ad - I just opened this app for the first time to learn to use it and got a FULL SCREEN ad from Synium on my MacBook Air. Deleted app and won’t be doing business with this company again. Developers should NEVER be permitted to push ads to uses like this and Apple should not permit it.
More Reviews for Current Version
ok if you use thier examples - If you like thier examples and want to use virtually identical ones for your logo then great. You’re probably in good shape. If you want to import your own background, or add colors to specific parts of your artwork, or want to be creative outside of what they already provide you with then good luck. I find this application very limiting. If I were you I would try it for free before you make the mistake I did and buy it first. Play around with it for about 10 minutes and you discover how limited it is.
So Cool and Amazing!!! - When I was stuck in Windowsland (please do not judge me by my poor past desicions) I would use PhotoImpact for my graphics work. It was an all around good program to use. But then when I came to my senese and bought a Mac I was at a loss for what I could use for making awesome graphics quickly and easily without jumping through flaming hoops. I tried many different apps all to my disappointment. Logoist 2 to the rescue! I cannot begin to tell you how pleased I am with this app. Only yesterday did I really dig in depth with it to make a rather complex header image for my website. To say I was blown away is an understatement! If you are looking for a graphics app that is easy to use, intuitive, and powerful without having to do a bunch of other things first to get what you want, then this is the app for you. Save yourself some time, money, and aggravation and check out Logoist 2 prior to buying anything else first. Or at all! You will not regret it. Well worth 3 Hamiltons. God bless!
GREAT!!! But…continoulsy having to force the shutdown. - I love this program but after using it for a day it is now continuosly shutting down in the middle of my work. I do love how it’s working and it’s so simple to use.
Unreliable - This app has a great layout and concept - too bad the execution isn’t so great. When it was first released, there were lots of performance issues, but over time & updates, they got smoothed out. Ever since the release of El Capitan, the newest updates have returned the app to poor rendering speeds and overall functionality. This application is great when it works, but so far, most of the updates seem to break it more than they do fix it.
Two Fingers Zoom Bug Fixed - I love Logoist since it came out. It is simple and yet has the function for most of average users. The most recent update gain support for Apple’s latest OS X, but the feature “two fingers ZOOM” in the trackpad causes the artwork blurry that is alomost unusable. I have to close the file and reopen it to solve this problem. Hopfully the developer can fix this problem soon. Update: Developers are able to fix the two fingers zoom bug with 2.6.1 version. Great job done.