Swift Publisher 3: Easy Page Layout On Your Mac [Deals] | Cult of Mac

Swift Publisher 3: Easy Page Layout On Your Mac [Deals]



When an app reaches the Top Ten Grossing List in the “Graphics and Design” category of the Mac App Store, and remains there since its March 2012 launch, there’s a good reason behind it. The app we’re offering this time around through Cult of Mac Deals fits that description…and then some.

Need to quickly lay out documents and get them ready for publishing? Swift Publisher is a page layout and desktop publishing app that is designed to streamline your workflow – and you can have it for just $9.99.

Design and print fliers, newsletters, brochures, calendars, letterhead, booklets, and more. Use one of the over 180 included templates to build your document and get editing. Then add some spice to your document with the 1000 clipart images, 100 image masks, and a complete set of flexible text, design, and layout tools. Just change the images and texts of the template to your own and send it for printing!

The top features of Swift Publisher 3 include:

  • Page imposition
  • Unlimited editing layers
  • Customizable text styles
  • Import from iphoto and aperture
  • Calendar editor
  • Flexible textx tools
  • Over 1000 clipart images
  • Extensive design toolkit
  • Export to TIFF, JPEG, EPS, and PDF
  • Retina display and iCloud compatible

Swift Publisher offers advanced page layout techniques – from the flowing text boxes to layer-based workflow – and it keeps our workspace clean and organized. The app also comes loaded with tons of design tools like gradient fills, shadows, image tiling, over 100 image masks, a built-in image editor with Core Image filters.

This offer won’t last long, so get Swift Publisher for only $9.99 today!


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