TouchRetouch

Developer: ADVA Soft

Current Version: 1.1.4

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 22.1 MB - Download

Description:

Are you addicted to photography? Is photo editing an integral part of your daily life? Do you believe that getting the best images possible out of your favorite photo-editing apps goes hand in glove with using a Mac?

If you have answered the above questions in an affirmative way, you will definitely be in your element when using TouchRetouch for Mac, tailored especially for fans of photo editing like you.

The app is mainly aimed at performing removals of unnecessary content out of photos. However, it also includes a few more useful and usable tools for accomplishing color correcting, cloning, horizon straightening, and cropping tasks.

If some unwanted object accidentally got into your photo, don’t rush to discard it as hopeless. Give it a second chance by fixing the problem with TouchRetouch for Mac. Simply mark the object and release the mouse button. Now you can sigh with relief – the object is gone.

Simplicity is an attribute of the color correcting, cloning, horizon straightening, and cropping procedures, as well. With a few mouse clicks, you’ll make your photos shine with excellence.

TouchRetouch for Mac is a must-have app designed to be easy to use, fast, and smart enough to produce truly impressive results.

Top Features:

* High-performance retouching technology
* Top-quality color correction tools
* Multiple image formats support
* Optimized for GPU processors
* Lightweight, easy-to-use interface

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Release Notes:

Fixed sometimes crashing in Clone Stamp tool.

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.0
Review by Colin712

Totally worthless for me. Crashes without end. 10 bucks of regret. - I own this app for the iPad and was honestly expecting more with such a difference in price. I thought for sure that my 10 dollars would get me more than the limited number of tasks that I can already do in iPhoto on my Mac. Clone is basically the only tool that makes the difference for my 10 dollars. And seeing as how it works exactly the same on my iPad and iPhone it ends up being pointless for me. Why spend the money in the first place you ask? To behonest I actually like the app for it's use on the ipad and iPhone. The price point is reasonable and the features find themselves handy enough to make use of on a regular basis. My thinking was that this App would at least run better on my Mac or at least bring along the easy interface it has on its mobile versions to the desktop. Perhaps even take them to the next level of conveinence. That way I would be pressed to make use of it. NOPE. Even with it's ultra simple features and bare bones apporach the app still relentlessly crashes and can't handle retriving my photos smoothly to make it worth my time. From what I can tell when I actually get app to stick around in an open window the experience just seems empty and in no way worth it's price tag. This app shouldnt be any more than 4 or 5 dollars for the desktop or laptop versions. Even for a person who may not have the ability to make use of it's exact clone on mobile devices and might find more use of all it's tools. I was duped out of 10 bucks. Dont be like me. Enjoy the mobile versions of this app if you have the ability and save your money. iPhoto does 90% of what this app does and does it better. The desktop version is a con job

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