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Nolobe Iris 1.0 image editor for OS X

updated 09:00 am EDT, Tue June 17, 2008

Nolobe releases Iris 1.0

Nolobe this week debuted Iris 1.0, a new image editor for OS X. From Australian developer Nolobe, Iris has been written from the ground-up specifically for Mac OS X; it uses a minimalist 'sngle window' interface and offers layer-based editing and fully customizable paint, brush and drawing tools, as well as support for industry standard image formats such as TIFF, PNG, JPEG and PSD. Iris boasts

"Iris has been created for previously overlooked Mac owners who simply wanted an accessible and easy to use image program that provides professional results, without the professional price tag." explained Matthew Drayton, founder and CEO of Nolobe.

Iris supports Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later, and requires a PowerPC- or Intel-based Macintosh, It is priced at $80 (with a free demo version available online).

by MacNN Staff





  1. Chris Paveglio

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Hardly the Ultimate. C'mon that's still Photoshop. No 1.0 version can possibly unseat it.

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