Last chance: Tell us how you feel about Adobe and win a copy of Pixelmator!

Time is running out! Tell us how you feel about Adobe in 140 characters or less and you could be one of five lucky winners to get a free copy of PixelMator! Each copy of Pixelmator has a US$59 value.

To enter, simply follow MacDailyNews on Twitter and tweet us @macdailynews about what you think of Adobe.

As usual, please feel free to provide reader feedback below, but a comment on this page is not an entry in the contest: The five (5) winners will be chosen at random only from the Twitter entries we receive by midnight tonight (EDT Thursday, May 13th).

As always, we advise readers not to buy Adobe’s Photoshop Elements until they’ve tried Pixelmator’s free 30-day trial. You can start the trial now and, if you win, you can simply enter the license code that we’ll send you. We use Pixelmator daily.

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Winners will be announced (via their Twitter usernames) on our website on Friday, May 14th at noon EDT. Pixelmator license codes will be sent to winners via Twitter Direct Message.

Good luck!

Pixelamtor sweepstakes rules: Anyone with a valid Twitter account can enter. No purchase necessary. Must be age 18 or above. MacDailyNews staff and family members not eligible. No restrictions on the number of entries. Enter via Twitter @Reply via “@macdailynews” by midnight EDT on Thursday, May 13, 2010. Five (5) winners will be chosen at random. Winners will be announced (via their Twitter usernames) on our website on Friday, May 14, 2010 at 12:00pm EDT. Odds of winning dependent on number of entries received. MacDailyNews is not responsible for Twitter service outage(s). In the case of severe Twitter outage(s), contest may be cancelled or postponed. Twitter @Replies explained here.

116 Comments

  1. I said it before and I’ll say it again. Aldus was a printer and publisher who designed fonts, invented italic type, introduced inexpensive books and studied Greek literature among other things. Adobe is a mud hut.

    I don’t use twitter.

  2. Free of Twitter, Facebook and Myspace – and proud of it!
    I ordered recently Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 for my MacBook for $39.99 (after mail-in rebate). I’d say quite a bargain. – But one thing that p….. me off about Adobe: Photoshop Elements 2.0 was the only program that was not compatible to Snow Leopard. In this regard, I will gladly try out Pixelmator on my new MacPro that I will order as soon as the new line comes out.

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