Patina is great for a wide variety of work and personal needs, including sketching an idea, drawing a diagram, illustrating a concept, or painting a picture.
Patina can also be used as a basic image management tool for cropping, rotating, resizing, and saving photos as a different file type.
If you've used Microsoft Paint, you'll find that Patina, with its simple tools and intuitive color management, is as easy to use as Paint, if not easier, and has additional really useful features, including rotation of objects at any angle, transparent image saving. and more.
As a Mac user accustomed to attractive, well-designed software, you'll appreciate Patina's appealing interface and user-friendly design.
Unlike most other Paint-like apps that are derivations of an open source program, Patina was designed and built from scratch in the US with great care to be as easy to use as possible.
We're confident that you'll find Patina to be the best simple painting, drawing, and sketching app in the Mac App Store.
Patina was recently updated with some great enhancements, including two new types of arrow tools and line tools, more control over fixed degree increments for rotation of shapes and selections, improved eye dropper color sampling, an optional checkerboard transparent canvas, the capability to open/import PSD (with non-layered view), PDF, AI, and PS files, user-configurable DPI settings, and full macOS Sierra compatibility.
Note: Patina is not a vector app, does not have layers, and does not allow you to manipulate already drawn objects in the same way that you can in a layout app like Pages or a presentation app like Keynote or PowerPoint.