Pro? – no, alas. A full refund, please.

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2018-01-09 17:55:21

I bought this pro version in good faith, but it lacks so many features, that the name becomes a falsehood.

I will cease to use it from this day and ask for a full refund.

What is the point of this software? – it is nowhere near being a pro version.

In fact it is much, much worse than the basic version, even if it looks smart at a first glance.

Please retract this software from the app store immediately, and tell me, when the true pro version is available.
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2018-01-10 12:23:44

For all sales via the App Store, sales and refund support is handled by Apple — for that reason, you'd need to get in touch with them to be refunded. You can click here to visit the Apple Support site.

P.S. Could you let me know what features in particular you'd like to see in Pixelmator Pro? I see you mentioned blending modes and alpha channel editing in two other threads, which we answered, but if there's anything else, feel free to let us know here.
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2018-02-01 09:27:50

I must say, I agree.....there is a lot more in the 'basic' version.

What makes this "pro"?

I can't even soft proof to profile any more.
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2018-03-20 20:04:39

No metadata support. Its very good at stripping out all existing metadata though. Beware!
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2018-03-21 09:55:39

What kind of metadata support are you looking for? Pixelmator Pro does have support for viewing and saving images with metadata. One thing to remember is that you need to open the image directly to preserve its metadata. If you create an empty new image and add one or more photos with metadata to the image as new layers, it won't be imported as it's assumed you're working on a multilayered composition with multiple images and there isn't any need to add the metadata of just one of those images.