iWatermark Pro is the essential watermarking app for professional, business, and personal use.
iWatermark Pro is the number 1 and only watermarking tool available for all 4 platforms iPhone/iPad, Mac, Android, and Windows. It is the most popular professional watermarking tool for photos.
Easily secure and protect your photos with text, a graphic, a signature, or a QR watermark. Once added to a photo, this visible watermark indicates that the image is created and owned by you.
- Works with Lightroom, Photoshop, Picasa, ACDSee, iPhoto, Aperture, and other photo organizers
- Batch processing or sequential
- Input/output to all major file types JPEG, TIFF, PNG, RAW, etc.
- Create text, graphic, or QR watermarks
- Adjust opacity, font, color, border, scale, rotation, shadow, special effects, etc.
- Use metadata (GPS, Exif, XMP) as watermarks
- Design, edit, and manage a library of watermarks
- Export watermarks from other platforms for use in the Mac version
- Fast 64-bit, multi-threaded, multiple CPU/GPU's
- User-selectable color profiles
- Add, remove, and edit metadata (EXIF, GPS, and XMP).
- Unlimited fonts
- Great manual and support
- Share to Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Twitter, and many more
- Always being improved
Note: This and future versions need to be downloaded manually because of changes Apple made to security.
- 'Check for Updates' now works differently. Download updates manually, delete the old version and put the new version in the Application folder.
- Fixed inserting "Len" meta data (Len Info, Len Model, Len ID) in the editor.
- It was inserting Len Model instead of
- Updated UI to sync preview when user removes all input items
- also sync preview when switching picture in the Watermark Mangement drawer.
- Updated wording when using "Sample Preview image".
- Fixed crash in 10.7 when enable Sepia or Greyscale output. This was due AutoCorrection options not being available until OS X 10.8.x. They were setup when Sepia and Greyscale were selected. They are now hidden on OS X 10.7.x.
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.6 or later