Earlier this month, Adobe rolled out the updated versions of its photo manager Photoshop Elements and video editing software Premiere Elements. The 2019 versions of these two apps focus on streamlining apps’ usability, discoverability enhancements and improved performance across the board, said the Elements team.
Other notable features include the new Home Screen, new Guided Edits for photos and videos, and the HEVC/HEIF support. Let’s take a look at these little changes.
“Can I delete my Apple account and create a new one?” This idea may come to your mind in certain situations. If you no longer want your current Apple account, you are able to delete it permanently through Apple’s new Data & Privacy website.
Apple established the Data & Privacy website in early this year to allow users request their personal Apple data. You can use this page to delete your Apple ID permanently.
On Oct 18th, Pixelmator Pro 1.2 Quicksilver rolls out through the Mac App Store. As an consumer-level image editing software and alternative to Photoshop, the new Pixelmator Pro adds some new features, including macOS Mojave support, a light appearance, machine-learning enhance, batch processing, etc. Here are the details:
Codenamed Quicksilver, Pixelmator Pro 1.2 is fully compatible with the latest macOS Mojave 10.14. You can take advantage of the Continuity Camera feature introduced in the Mojave, to instantly add pictures shot by iOS devices to the Pixelmator Pro 1.2 document on Mac. You can also create vibrant graphics with colorful SVG fonts.