Free update to Macphun’s Intensify photo editor adds new features    


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Macphun’s Intensify is a funky little award-winning photo editor for Mac OS that can easily bring vibrancy and life back to seemingly lifeless photos.

Today, the company has announced a free upgrade that adds new features, better compatibility with Mac OS X Mavericks and additional RAW file support.   Key New Features

  • Macphun Print Lab – Intensify photos can now with a few clicks be turned into personalized products like postcards and notecards, delivered direct to recipients. Affordable, high quality gallery frames and canvas prints can also be ordered, perfect for gifts to friends and family. The Macphun Print Lab is powered by MILK Books.

  • Integration with SmugMug – SmugMug is one of the world’s leading photography communities with millions of users worldwide. Images can be exported directly from Intensify to SmugMug portfolios for viewing, sharing and printing.
  • RAW Updates – Intensify now supports RAW formats from all the most popular cameras. The native RAW processor supports 16-bit images and opens files faster than in any other app.
  • Mavericks Support – Intensify is now taking advantage of all the powerful features of Apple’s latest OS, Mavericks. Support for the new Notifications feature will enable more timely communications with customers about updates, new features, free presets and more.
  • UI improvements – Additional shortcuts to the user interface provide quick access to the most important tools and features.

Intensify is available as an electronic download from the Macphun Web Store ( and the Mac App Store.   Two versions of the software are available: As a limited time special offer exclusively on the Mac App Store, the standard version of Intensify is priced at $19.99. Intensify Pro, which adds the ability to run as a plug-in to popular host applications as well as several other features, has a suggested retail price of $59.99.

As an aside, if you’ve never tried any of Macphun’s software, give them a whirl, especially if you like create masterpieces from your photos regardless as to how much time you have or how comfortable you are with technology.  And they’re affordable too!

Watch for an upcoming review of Intensify Pro. In the meantime, check out our review of Macphun’s Focus 2.

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