Pixa
Pixa
1.1.10

4.2

Pixa free download for Mac

Pixa

1.1.10
04 December 2016

Quickly and easily organize your images.

Overview

Pixa is an image-organizing application. The new app functions well, is easy to use, and helps people organize their images quickly and easily on their computers.

  • For those who prefer not to use the Pixa library, the application can still find images when the user searches for them. So, either way, Pixa makes it much easier for users to keep track of their image files.
  • Pixa will auto-tag useful information like colors and size and grab web address, extensions and metadata for the images that you import.
  • A useful quick export tool is included, which allows you to export thousands of images with a simple drag-and-drop.
  • Pixa supports a very large set of image formats: PSD, AI, JPG, PNG, TIFF, PDF, BMP, GIF, Animated GIF, ICO, ICNS, EPS.

What's new in Pixa

Version 1.1.10:

Note: Pixa is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

  • Fixed a bug which caused multiple menu items to be displayed under macOS 10.12 Sierra
  • Animated GIF's are now correctly displayed in the detail view
  • Fixed various crashes

32 Pixa Reviews

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Graphic-Mac
23 March 2013

Most helpful

My full review of Pixa at The Graphic Mac: http://bit.ly/11RVAhb In short, it's awesome! Well worth the $30 if you need image management.
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Version 1.0.4
JamesHarrisPhoto
30 November 2018
Pixa has been discontinued (along with Delibar). http://www.pixa-app.com/
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Version 1.1.10
AugusChen
17 September 2018
I used Pixa to manage my picture material before, but it has not been updated and maintained for a long time and is not recommended. If you're looking for a more powerful and easier product, maybe try the Eagle App. https://en.eagle.cool/ Here are a few features I love : 1. Browser Extension 2. Screenshot 3. Auto Tagging 4. Use folders to classify your assets 5. Auto classify by Smart Folders 6. Tag on images 7. Search image by colors 8. Annotate on image 9. Powerful search engine and much more.
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Version 1.1.10
Tim27
04 December 2016
Wow, an update!
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Version 1.1.9
RogerKatz
03 December 2015
The current version which the developer provides, is now version 1.8.1.1. The version available at the Mac App Store is now 1.8.1.
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Version 1.1.8.1
mikokim
19 February 2015
Sadly, I fear this app is on the verge of becoming abandonware. The Nov 2014 update was a minor fix without fixing major issues — such as, for example, the apps inability to keep files in a naming/numbering hierarchy (e.g., if you have images numbered fig 1, fig 2, fig 3, ... fig 10 ... it will sort them fig 1, fig 10, fig 2, fig 3). Also, Live folder sync has become temperamental and slow, especially with large libraries. Its auto-tagging can become a nightmare, and the Finder will pick up those tags; when you try to remove some none-sensical tags and then reopen the app, the Pixa Library starts to choke and the familiar spinning ball will never leave your sight. Plus, its look at this point is a bit dated (and rather ugly on Retina displays (iMac and MBP) — not what you want in an app geared to designers. On the developer's website, the app has been on sale for "20% off" for some time — I'd say, save your money, this is becoming abandonware, there seems to be no effort on behalf of the developer to keep generating interest in this app (just look at the developers Twitter feed: last tweet for PixaApp dates back to Feb 21, 2014 — no teasers in terms of what may be underway etc). I'm regretting having bought it.
Like (4)
Version 1.1.5
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cjred
cjred
04 June 2015
yah abandonware confirmed
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RogerKatz
26 November 2014
The current version is 1.1.7
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Version 1.1.5
Hugobeng
07 July 2014
Do not trust this app! I had a complex hierarchy of hundreds of files and when I included them as a live folder, Pixa completely rearranged them, dumping bunches into an arbitrary folder on the physical disk drive. I've spent hours trying to put things back where they belong.
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Version 1.1.5
1 answer(s)
Hugobeng
Hugobeng
11 November 2014
I concur... same experience!
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Greglux
20 April 2014
I replaced Sparkbox by Pica and I'm happy with it. Well thought little tool! Ideal to keep track of my icons, wallpapers, etc. The snapshot plugin also works very well!
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Version 1.1.4
Runty
15 April 2014
I kinda hate the folder name/item count bar floating over the viewing pane. It looks glitchy and it's pointless. Redundant. Why is it there, wasting space and looking ugly and annoying?
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Version 1.1.4
1 answer(s)
Runty
Runty
15 April 2014
Oh and the image preview [double click] keeps going back to 'fit to screen' zoom size. I want it to remember the last used zoom setting.
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Macscooter
15 February 2014
Well, downloaded it and tried and like others it simply won't run without purchasing a license. Buried on their website is a complicated process to download another app, run it, get a string of hex codes to copy and paste "Here" wherever "here" is and they'll reply. This is utterly MORONIC. Another thing... don't watch the demo on their site unless you want to hear loud and severely annoying canned music. Was looking for something like this by you just lost a potential sale and not because I can't run it but because your approach is so idiotic I can only imagine the software is the same.
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Version 1.1.3
2 answer(s)
Kitmos
Kitmos
25 March 2014
Agreed. I get the same message and did what they say to do with the code and still won't run. Makes you wonder if they really want to sell software.
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Kitmos
Kitmos
25 March 2014
I did hear back from the dev. And he did fix the issue. Still an annoying way to demo software.
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4.2

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.3 or later
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