Red Pill
Red Pill
1.0.7

2.5

Red Pill free download for Mac

Red Pill

1.0.7
28 November 2015

Simple yet powerful image editing.

Overview

Red Pill is simple yet powerful image editing. A dozen useful tools. Handles big images. As fast as Photoshop...

  • tools like magic wand, paint brush, paint bucket, clone stamp ...
  • smart fill (similar to content-aware fill, a major feature of PS CS5)
  • transform, adjust filter
  • paste into command, float/anchor selection
  • unlimited undo
  • resize, rotate, flip image
  • quick save command, file manager
  • batch processing

What's new in Red Pill

Version 1.0.7:
  • Problem with selection image after application of adjustment filters fixed
  • Drawing issue of paint brush fixed

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6 Red Pill Reviews

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Uranium-Dragon
07 December 2009

Most helpful

Thought I was going to see a new version of the 64-bit Matrix screen saver.
Like (10)
Version 1.0 dev 04
Drdul
06 August 2010
I thought I'd give this a try as a quick alternative to Photoshop, but to my amazement I discovered that it won't open PNG files.
Like (3)
Version 1.0b1
1 answer(s)
Jayy
Jayy
08 August 2010
This issue has been fixed with 1.0b2. Now Red Pill opens tiff, jpg, png and psd.
Like (2)
Version 1.0b2
Maclover1-1
07 January 2010
"Not a fool" but obviously a true a*hole. Keep your frustrated self for the big Corporate World dimwit ! Instead of attacking a little developer with your complete nonsense !
Like (6)
Version 1.0
Legal-Eagle
04 January 2010
This silly product is for Snow-Leopard only. Too bad if one hasn't chosen to upgrade from Leopard as yet.
Like (2)
Version 1.0
5 answer(s)
anonymous-dingo-729
anonymous-dingo-729
04 January 2010
Did you even bother to read the system requirements or go to their site? It says "Requires at least Mac OS X 10.5." which I believe is Leopard.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
Legal-Eagle
Legal-Eagle
04 January 2010
You aren't too smart are you, Hussain ? I am well aware of the fact that Mac OSX 10.5 is Leopard. My operating system is, in fact, Mac OSX 10.5.8, which is Leopard - but NOT Snow Leopard. The point I was making - which obviously escaped you totally - is that Red Pill does NOT work with Leopard, despite what its developer may state. When downloaded, installed and launched, Red Pill refuses to launch and an error message appears stating that it only works with Snow Leopard.
Like (5)
Version 1.0
Jayy
Jayy
04 January 2010
Sorry for the inconvenience. Now Red Pill should work with Leopard.
Like (7)
Version 1.0
Legal-Eagle
Legal-Eagle
04 January 2010
NO !! Red Pill Still does NOT work at all on my version of Leopard. On the contrary, when I double-click on the application icon absolutely NOTHING whatsoever happens. It does not launch, does not give any error message, does not bounce in the dock even !! Just sits there idly and contemplates its navel.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
ben-marko
ben-marko
02 August 2010
Eagle, you are truly a jerk. Try to make more constructive (and less personal) comments next time.
Like (11)
Version 1.0b1
Uranium-Dragon
07 December 2009
Thought I was going to see a new version of the 64-bit Matrix screen saver.
Like (10)
Version 1.0 dev 04
Mullin
20 August 2009
I downloaded Red Pill, but I can't open it at all, I have iMac G5 on OS X, All it does, is it bounce on the dock,
Like (2)
Version 1.0 dev 03
1 answer(s)
Jxr2009
Jxr2009
17 December 2009
Im having the same issue. help?
Like (1)
Version 1.0
Harry-Macbeth
04 January 2009
I think that this developer is onto something important here: ten basic tools, and sliders for view zooming & brush size. It seems that there are many image editors with lots of features, but VERY few with just the tools that folks like me (and other seniors, perhaps) with basic skills can use with speed and satisfaction. The ability to preview the brush size (for instance in the clone tool) before selection will be a welcome feature at some point; but, though it's clearly still in development, I look forward to owning Red Pill when it's rolled out the factory doors. Well done, Jakob; 5 stars for the great idea!
Like (5)
Version 1.0pre
3 answer(s)
Ayub
Ayub
26 July 2009
Where are the stars? :P
Like (1)
Version 1.0 dev 02
Andy-Hewitt
Andy-Hewitt
28 December 2009
Just a note to remind you that there are also some basic editing tools in Preview, which is supplied with every Mac. They even work on Raw files.
Like (1)
Version 1.0
Charnk
Charnk
28 December 2009
I agree, why bother with crapwa... i mean nagware.
Like (1)
Version 1.0