Open Source Drawing App Pinta Sees New Release After 5 Years. Here’s How to Get it!

Brief Open source painting and drawing application has a new release after more than 5 years. The new release fixes numerous bugs and adds new features.

Pinta is an open source drawing application for Linux Windows and macOS. You can use it for freehand drawingsketching. You may also use it to add arrows boxes text etc on an existing image.

Pinta version 1.7 was released a few days ago after a gap of almost five years. Lets see what do we have in the new version.

Here are the new features the latest version of Pinta brings.

There are numerous bug fixes as well and this should improve the overall Pinta experience. You can learn about more changes in the official release note.

For Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based Linux distributions there is an official PPA available. If you are using Ubuntu 18.04 or 20.04 you can use this PPA.


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