Snapheal - Fix your photos.

Developer: MacPhun LLC

Current Version: 3.1

Last Updated: 8 months ago

Download Size: 88 MB - Download


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Snapheal removes unwanted objects & people from photos in 1 click.
Plus get rid of skin imperfections, restore old scanned photos and much more.

Here's what you'll get in Snapheal.

Most other image healing tools only do half the job. Snapheal offers multiple precision erasers and image enhancement tools to ensure a flawless image.

Heal blemishes, imperfections and acne, adjust skin tones and colors or crop, flip and rotate to make the perfect photo. Snapheal’s advanced and unique healing algorithm allows you to remove multiple objects at the same time.

Make those old photos look new! Remove scratches, watermarks and overlaying text. Snapheal can increase clarity, sharpness or adjust light, color, saturation and much more.

Snapheal’s powerful user interface gives you access to multiple image editing tools, effects and enhancements, not just healing. Whether an enthusiast or a professional, Snapheal supports all popular image formats including RAW.

Finished touching up your photos? Share your images with friends and family or re import into your favorite photo management app.

PLEASE NOTE. Because of the App Store guidelines, this version of Snapheal doesn't work as the plug-in to Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and Apple Aperture. If you need plug-in support, check out Snapheal CK on The non-app store version also brings extra editing tools and features. If you have questions, please email [email protected]


Release Notes:

This update fixes a number of bugs reported by our users.
Thanks again for using Snapheal.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.5
Review by BikerFunJoe

Look like a great photographer (even if you’re not!) - Snapheal is absolutely the easiest way to “fix” photos that have things in them you don’t want. I am admittedly a poor photographer. I try to compensate by taking a ton of pictures in hopes of getting a few good ones. When I was in Paris last month I took several pictures of the Eiffel Tower (like every tourist who goes there). Of the dozens of pics, I found one that was nearly perfect. The exposure and focus were great. The lighting was just right, but just as I snapped the picture a man walked into the frame. He was in front of a hedgerow right at the bottom of the photo. I opened the picture with Snapheal, used the simple highlight tool to roughly “paint” the man and clicked “Erase!” In just a few seconds the man was gone and replaced by the hedgerow he was in front of. The repair was so good I had to zoom the picture 5 or 6 times before I could tell (barely) where the man was before. Snapheal turned the normal snapshot into a postcard-worthy photograph.

Found helpful by 64 out of 65 people
Version 2.5
Review by Phrii

Great App for Easily Removing Your Ex from Photographs You Value - Snapheal works as advertised. It does an excellent job of quickly removing unwanted parts of a photograph. You simply open your photograph; you identify the part you’d like to take out, e.g., your ex-girlfriend; you use a paint brush tool to paint her over in red, and then you press Erase! Voila! No more sadistic, self-centered, mega selfy-posting, crazy ex-girlfriend. And what’s more there will be no police looking for you. Wonderful. Obviously, there are some limitations in what can be removed from a photograph, but there are three erase modes that you can try in order to get your best result. I’ve been succuessful at removing parts of even complex photos. The only draw back is that you’ll probably spend hours in this pursuit. Being able to remove an ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend easily without having an awkward or uncomfortable parting conversation is worth the small price you pay for this wonderful app! Don’t you agree?

Found helpful by 98 out of 101 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.1
Review by phillipsells

See for yourself - I copied some of picture right of their website like the floating girl on the chair. My results did not match, all I got was a burr where the item was removes something.

Found helpful by 9 out of 11 people
Version 3.1
Review by Photodude99

The good and the bad - I have used Snapheal for the pat couple of years as a default editor for quick tweaks. The controls are simple but logical, well laid-out and easy to use. The erase tool works well in simple situations for small items but leaves a noticeable blur for larger items. Buyer beware - 4 weeks after the release of IOS 11 and High Sierra, the software has no support for the new Apple HEIC/HEIF file format - when I spoke to customer support, they simply indicated that they would pass along the request. MacPhun - very disappointing - time to look for a new set of editing tools.

Found helpful by 8 out of 8 people
Version 3.1
Review by JoJo the Dog-Faced Boy

Broken with High Sierra - It’s been a month and a half since High Sierra broke Snapheal, and not a word from the developers on whether a fix is coming. I know MacPhun (aka “Skylum”) is still alive, becasue they have been spamming my inbox twice a day to “upgrade” Luminar (which I already paid ~50 for, and don’t want to upgrade for the “bargain” price of ~40 bucks, but I digress). It looks like they’ve dropped interest in Snapheal. Too bad, it was a handy little program. Given the lack of response to a broken app and the singleminded focus on their new shiny object, it looks like I’ll be passing on MacPhun/Skylum products from now on - I don’t trust them anymore.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people
Version 3.1
Review by ChadKirchner

Broken with High Sierra, Support Not Responding - As some have reported, it’s broken in High Sierra. I think someone was pretty high with this release of the OS, but I digress. I reached out to Support on Twitter for the app and they told me to email support. I did. About a week later they sent an apology automated email because they were so busy with support requests because of their new product support was slow to respond. Well it’s been like another week. Nothing. I used to really like this program. I used it all the time. But something in High Sierra broke it and it doesn’t seem like anyone wants to fix it.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 3.1
Review by JoiLC

Very handy - This is a very handy and easy to use program for removing things out of pictures. I’ve even used it to remove labels from screen shots from anatomy images i.e. stomach and abdomen section I had to study, so I could practice writing them in myself and memorize the parts for our tests. I’m just pleased that it is so easy to use to get whatever I need done actually done, unlike other programs that although more powerful carry a steep learning curve.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people