Acorn is a new image editor built with one goal in mind – simplicity. Fast, easy, and fluid, Acorn provides the options you’ll need without any overhead. Acorn feels right, and won’t drain your bank account.
- Take screenshots using Acorn and edit them right away.
- Chain together image filters to create stunning effects.
- Layer based image editing, an industry standard.
- Make new images and layers using your built-in iSight.
- Easy image and canvas resizing, just by changing the size of your window.
- Take advantage of every pixel of your monitor with full screen image editing.
- Tablet sensitive for pressure strokes and using the tablet’s eraser.
- Vector shape and text layers.
- Freeform, elliptical, rectangular, and magic wand selections.
- Create and apply custom text styles.
- Control opacity and blending modes for each layer.
- Write plugins using the Python scripting language, as well as in Objective-C.
- GPU powered. The same graphics card that makes your gaming experience smooth, helps Acorn fly through the toughest of graphics operations.
Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later.
- Fixed a bug where you could delete on a locked layer.
- Fixed a bug where drawing straight lines on the QuickMask wouldn't always update correctly.
- Fixed a bug where Acorn would fall into a non-responsive state when sometimes trying to move a text layer while it was editing.
- Fixed a bug where the shape layer commands "Make Same Width / Height" wasn't working correctly.
- Tweaked how auto levels is calculated, and fixed some annoying bugs with it.
- Fixed some bad links to our documentation.
- Fixed a couple of bugs with the image metadata editor.
- Fixed a bug were pressing the [ or ] keys when using the pencil tool wouldn't update the cursor to reflect the size change.
- Fixed a thing where Acorn's share menu wouldn't work with some apps.
- Fixed a bug where the line tool didn't snap when creating its start point.
- Fixed a selection problem with text boxes and overlapping shapes.
- Various UI tweaks.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor