Candy Apple
Candy Apple
1.9

3.2

Candy Apple free download for Mac

Candy Apple1.9

23 November 2019

Graphic design and illustration app for any professional or beginner.

Overview

Candy Apple is a tasty graphic design and illustration app for any professional or beginner! Candy Apple is a fun way to easily design creative artwork and illustrations, and quickly enhance photos and add effects like a pro. Take a bite and treat yourself to a full featured vector drawing application packed with professional tools and dynamic effects that will make every design a polished work of art.

Features
  • Added support for import of SVG images
  • Full vector support
  • Enhance pictures and add effects
  • Draw illustrations and graphics
  • Draw Rectangle, Oval, Round Rectangle, Round End Rectangle, Line, Polygon, Path, Freehand, Ring, Speech Balloon, and Arc
  • Use what you create royalty free
  • Convert text to a shape or path
  • Adjust freehand drawing to create smooth looking paths
  • Vectorize images to turn any photo into an editable graphic
  • Add strokes (regular, arrowed, rough, zig-zag)
  • Add fills (solid, gradient, pattern, zig-zag, hatch)
  • Add text on a path
  • Add an image to text
  • Blend and mask effects
  • Over 130 filters and effects
  • Full layer support
  • Boolean operation support to combine shapes
  • Easily align multiple items on your canvas
  • Rulers and guides make it easy to place items in the right location
  • Snap to grid, snap to guides, or snap to other objects
  • Zoom in or out to get every detail pixel perfect
  • Export in fully editable vector PDF
  • Export as an image (JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP, GIF)
  • Supports transparent backgrounds
  • Extensive help file explains Candy Apple's tools in detail
  • And more!

What's new in Candy Apple

Version 1.9:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.7 or later

  • Improved SVG support.
  • Minor UI and bug fixes for newer operating systems.

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7 Reviews of Candy Apple

Prince-Isaac
13 January 2016
Version: 1.8

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Clicking on the Dev Website link both here and in the Mac App Store sends you to what appears to be a distributor called MacAppWare. There doesn't seem to be a trial or demo for this software, which would really help potential users decide if it's worth it. Reviews on the MAS, though over a year old, aren't too positive, which makes it even more important to check out a demo first.
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Prince-Isaac
13 January 2016
Version: 1.8
Clicking on the Dev Website link both here and in the Mac App Store sends you to what appears to be a distributor called MacAppWare. There doesn't seem to be a trial or demo for this software, which would really help potential users decide if it's worth it. Reviews on the MAS, though over a year old, aren't too positive, which makes it even more important to check out a demo first.
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Gardenhead
05 August 2014
Version: 1.3
Neither as intuitive nor as powerful as an app like iDraw. No tutorials available. Meh.
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Xiamenese
04 August 2014
Version: 1.3
I decided to take a punt on this in view of today's 50% off Promo. Purchase, download, unzipping all went smoothly. When I tried to install, I got the alert saying it couldn't be installed as it was from an unidentified developer — my preferences are set to only install from identified developers. I found this bizarre, since the app is available on the Mac App Store. I will change my preferences temporarily, but I find it frustrating. Having installed it, although it is fairly straightforward even for someone who is not very experienced in graphic design, I found: 1. that it periodically becomes rather unresponsive to clicks — MacBook Air, using trackpad, not mouse; 2. when I saved my file, the Save dialog — in column view — did not respond properly to selection on the left panel … I clicked on Documents, but rather than showing the documents folder directly, it still showed home-folder/Documents/Other folders …, making navigation more difficult 3. having saved my xxx.capp, the app was still marking the drawing as "dirty", with the black spot on the red traffic light, and when closing asked me if I wanted to save the file which I had already saved. I think I will soon manage to tame it, but there seems to be a fair amount of development still necessary.
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genr8torx
18 July 2014
Version: 1.3
I'm with everyone else...looked all over for a video or review but found zip. I don't want to get caught up in a deal where you only have 10 days to take advantage of the $30 price offer and then buy it only to find out the week after come all the videos and reviews you wish you would have seen before you purchased it. You can't make an educated decision. Would be great if they would refund your money after 10 days if you don't like it. I hate "gotcha" situations.
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Zgeorge
18 July 2014
Version: 1.3
Came here to say the same thing. This looks intriguing, but without a review or demo of any kind, I can't decide if I want to pull the trigger on $30.
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Magosilvan
18 June 2014
Version: 1.3
Provide a trial version. I'm not going to test your software at my expense.
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Maeric
14 April 2014
Version: 1.2
I can't find any reviews, demos, or information on Candy Apple at 128bit/MacAppware's site! Only on the App Store is there some screen shots. With all the features listed, I would like to try it out or at least read a review from someone who has used it before paying $30.
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