How to get Paint for Mac [Video tutorial]

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Missing Paint doesn’t have to mean missing out on getting creative. Here, we take a look at cool Paint alternatives for Mac that let you draw, edit, annotate, and more with total freedom.

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What is it about?

Today, we’re exploring the best Paint alternatives for Mac users to let your imaginations run wild.

Right out of the gate, you can’t beat Tayasui Sketches for pure creative freedom. We walk you through the app’s beautiful, user-friendly interface and explore the many features that make it one of this year’s must-have Paint alternatives for Mac. A near-unlimited digital brush selection, myriad color options, and an intuitive design: everything you could want to hit the ground running and unleash your creativity.

For those of you looking for something more specific – say, a combined image editor-painter – we take a look at Capto. For a screenshotting and screen recording app, Capto boasts an impressive range of painting, annotation, and sharing features, making it an ideal choice for collaborative projects. We explain how to take full advantage of this truly comprehensive app.

Sounds great, right? Well, it gets even better when you discover you can get both Tayasui Sketches and Capto for free as part of Setapp subscription. Simply check out Setapp and see what’s on offer.

And, for a further deep-dive into Paint alternatives for Mac, check out our useful article: What is Paint for Mac and how to use it

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