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CorelDRAW Comes Back to the Mac

Agen Schmitz:

Returning to the Mac after 18 years, Corel has revived its vector graphics editor for macOS with the release of CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019. (The last CorelDRAW release for the Mac was CorelDRAW 11 in 2001.) In addition to the CorelDRAW 2019 vector illustration software, the suite includes Photo-Paint 2019 for image editing, AfterShot 3 HDR for raw photo processing, Font Manager 2019 (along with over 1000 TrueType and/or OpenType fonts), and thousands of clipart files, sample digital images, and vehicle wrap templates.

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It’s nice to see CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2019 providing some competition for Adobe’s Creative Cloud for significantly less money—the subscription works out to $16.50 per month, compared to Creative Cloud’s $52.99 per month. And Corel offers a perpetual license for those who dislike subscriptions.

3 Comments

Lanny Heidbreder

Since at least 2000, CorelDraw and Photo-Paint have some seriously useful features around polygons and symmetry that no other apps have adopted. I love this news, though the performance of the trial seemed iffy.

Maybe they will bring back WordPerfect too!

I like Corel stuff, glad to see them re-entering old markets. Now get me a working Linux version. Thank you.

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