Fotor
Fotor
3.5.1

4.5

Fotor free download for Mac

Fotor

3.5.1
01 February 2018

Powerful free photo editor.

Overview

Fotor is a mighty photo editor packed with moment-capturing tools. It's fun, versatile, and ideal for creating picturesque memories.

Tools for editing. Powered by a cutting edge processing engine, Fotor is well-suited for processing high-quality images. Adjust your image's white balance, exposure, brightness, color contrast, saturation, and sharpness. Or straighten, crop, rotate, and manipulate the image to your heart's content.

Perfect your pictures with Fotor, a powerful free alternative for photographers.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

What's new in Fotor

Version 3.5.1:
  • Optimized performance, and increased speed, stability, and compatibility on some devices

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7 Fotor Reviews

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Markie205
08 May 2013

Most helpful

Another freebie from China. Given the possibility/probability that China is behind much malicious serious hacking, would I intentionally put Chinese software on my computer? Who knows what might be hidden there? I'm probably paranoid, but there are better non-Sino options. In fact, I'd rather pay for such software (GraphicConverter is great) than use a Chinese freebie. --
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Version 1.0.0
philip-kindred
16 February 2018
Cool app, which has all tools what I need.
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Version 3.5.1
Just-Fred
15 June 2016
Weird. I have version 3.0.1 and the App Store lists version 3.1.0. Yet it does not offer an upgrade, but merely an "Open" option. A typo? Something else? Going to the developer's web site does not offer a download option, but simply an online photo editor.
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Version 3.1.0
Freenergy
12 May 2014
new release 2.0.2 coming.. Well done, intuitive, good for a prosumer use. Grows from time to time. Fotor is among the best editing applications online. http://www.fotor.com/features/one-tap-enhance.html http://www.fotor.com/features/photo-effects.html and many other online editing……..
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Version 2.0.0
Derekcurrie
04 April 2014
Version 2.0.1 is now available. Here are the release notes: What's New • Powerful Batch Processing - Save your time to quickly edit multiple photos • New Useful Functions - Highlights, shadow and curves adjustments • More Better Choices - More filters, special effects, borders, patterns and freestyle collage backgrounds • Improved Features - Added EXIF information when sharing photo to Flickr • Better User Interface - Fotor Photo Editor is more fun and much easier to use • Bug fixes
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Version 2.0.0
RobertS5698
21 January 2014
Good app and good price.
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Version 1.3.2
Daivdgreenwall
12 July 2013
Fotor Photo Editor, Best Free Photograph Editing Tool, Allows Users to Enhance Their Own Photos to be Beautifully Artistic and Professionally Finished Photo editing has never been this easy. So next time when you want to edit your photos like a pro, give Fotor a try.
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Version 1.2.0
2 answer(s)
Maxter
Maxter
09 August 2013
And you aren't "related" to the developer in any manner?
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Jess-MacUpdate
Jess-MacUpdate
11 August 2013
Yes, Maxter, this is the developer rating his own application. Well, it _was_ the developer rating his own application, but the rating has been removed. MacUpdate wants to keep its ratings as unbiased as possible, and this type of practice by a developer isn't allowed. Thank you for having pointed this out!
Like (7)
Markie205
08 May 2013
Another freebie from China. Given the possibility/probability that China is behind much malicious serious hacking, would I intentionally put Chinese software on my computer? Who knows what might be hidden there? I'm probably paranoid, but there are better non-Sino options. In fact, I'd rather pay for such software (GraphicConverter is great) than use a Chinese freebie. --
Like (4)
Version 1.0.0
9 answer(s)
Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
09 May 2013
There's nothing wrong with being paranoid WRT your computer if it holds a large part of your life, financials, work, etc. Also, it's hard to forget all those outfits from the PRC that took single programs and cloned them with their own logos - the DVD burners, the media conversion apps, a whole bunch of lookalikes. On the other hand, I do like to support emerging dev houses across the world. It's just hard to distinguish the legit from the nefarious. GraphicConverter is an excellent choice for many of the common photo-editing chores that most of us need. Not to mention that Thorsten Lemke has been updating and supporting this gem for what seems like decades.
Like (4)
Gazman
Gazman
09 May 2013
If you click the App Store link it has some quite positive reviews. I've just downloaded it to give it a try, seems to do what it says on the box. It has an intuitive layout and appears to work well in my limited testing so far.
Like (1)
Markie205
Markie205
09 May 2013
Prince_Isaac: Thorsten Lemke should have been named Pope. He does the best support and continuous improvement in the whole industry. OTOH, I'm not jingoistic and support overseas companies such as BeLight Software from the Ukraine. Good non-derivative products at reasonable cost. --
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Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
09 May 2013
@gazman: I saw that too. Without casting aspersions on those who reviewed *this* product, many Chinese developers have a cadre of reviewers who got coupon codes from the dev and who post absolutely glowing reviews.
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Endorphinity
Endorphinity
10 May 2013
Markie205, Just a hint. If you open GraphicConverter About box, you'll see that Cocoa version of GraphicConverter has been ported by Software MacKiev, an Ukrainian company as well as BeLight. And their team is still working with Thorsten, as far as I know, so you are praising Ukrainian developers even to a greater extent than you think ;)
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bbw7
bbw7
11 May 2013
Since the FBI and NSA are using software that they can install on your computer and look at all your files and use you web camera and likely your microphone as well to monitor you, if you want to be diligently paranoid then you should stay off line completely. Also, don't you think the PRC's electronic army might just try to use cover organizations/developers outside their country if they want to do surreptitious hacking on the worlds' computers by getting people to download their evil-doing software? In graduate school the Chinese students were the best programmers, so I personally wouldn't sniff at their software more than others. Furthermore, you have no paranoid worries about software from eastern Europe? And do you make sure none of your hardware is made in China? And no, I'm not a PLA sock puppet -- although I am open to good enough offers from anyone besides the makers of MacKeeper.
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Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
11 May 2013
@ bbw7 said: "I am open to good enough offers from anyone besides the makers of MacKeeper." ROFL ! @ Markie205: I don't consider your remarks jingoistic. Thanks for getting an interesting thread started here.
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Jjpong
Jjpong
14 June 2013
You should throw away your computers and mobile devices. If the Chinese do, according to you, other peoples do as well.
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Jerry-T
Jerry-T
21 July 2015
it is on mac app store as well, which should have censored all apps there. if you feel worried, you can download from there. Also, you should also worry about Mac OS, Windows, your harddrives which have potential backdoors to all your digital stuff (partially according to Snowden).
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  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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