GraphicConverter 10 Update Offers Face Recognition, Live Photos, Collage, More

Posted in Apple News, Apps, Mac on 26/05/2016 by Chris Hauk

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Popular Mac OS X image editing utility, GraphicConverter 10 has received a major update, offering a number of new features, including face recognition, collage creation, custom brushes, and the ability to work with Apple’s new Live Photos file format.

GraphicConverter 10 Update Offers Face Recognition, Live Photos, Collage, More

GraphicConverter has long been known as the “swiss army knife” of graphics apps, and the update definitely adds a few more blades to the kit. The app allows users to work with almost any graphics file format, no matter how obscure it might be.

While the new update brings dozens of new features to the app, the main highlights are a new face recognition function, the ability to easily create collages of photos, an improved Picture Package printing function, and the ability to work with Apple’s new Live Photos file format. GC10 can convert a Live Photo into a GIF animation that can be shared with anyone.)

GraphicConverter 10 Update Offers Face Recognition, Live Photos, Collage, More

The entire list of new features is much longer than we have space to list here, but interested users can find the complete list in the press release for the update. In addition to the all-new features the update brings, it also boasts a number of updated features, such as improved export functions, enhanced smart crop, an enhanced shadow command, and much more.

GraphicConverter 10 is available at a special price of $25.95 until June 30, 2016, and is available through the Mac App Store. [GET IT HERE] The app can also be purchased online directly from the Lemkesoft website for $39.95. Users of the current version of GraphicConverter can upgrade at the Lemkesoft website for $25.95.


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His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 9 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, a number of iPads, iPhones, and multiple Apple TVs to his collection.

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