Swift Publisher 4 For Mac

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Desktop Publishing Software for Mac with many custom options. Some time ago, I was in charge of creating and publishing a newsletter for my sorority’s alumnae group. It started out as a small project and before I knew it, it grew into an annual expectation of my time. At that time, I used a template for the newsletter from Pages. It wasn’t perfect, but it was functional and did the job. I’m so excited to have more advanced options at my finger tips though. One such tool is Swift Publisher.

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Several months ago, I was able to test out Swift Publisher 3, a page layout program, and today, I’m excited to bring you a review on the update, Swift Publisher 4. Swift Publisher 4 is the same basic program that its predecessor was with some pretty impressive updates.

Swift Publisher 4 is an affordable page layout software for Mac that’s best described as a pared-down version of PageMaker’s successor, Adobe InDesign. Featuring nearly all of the same core.

First of all, it comes pre-loaded with over 270 templates, more than 2,000 clip art images and a hundred image masks. This is a large increase over what was offered with Swift Publisher 3. You can use the app to make promotional fliers, newsletters, and brochures among other items. The newest features of Swift Publisher 4 include:.

El Captain style interface. Support for the new Photos app. Creation and printing for numerous barcode types. Dynamic data fields for merge printing. Circle and Circular Text tools. An additional 70 pre-designed templates.

Export to PNG. iCloud Drive Support With Swift Publisher 4, you get a high level of quality and options wrapped in an easy-to-use, efficient package. My favorite feature of Swift Publisher is they layers.

This is something that is a rarity even with the most advanced publishing programs. You have the option to work exclusively with the background or the foreground and can layer objects easily on top of each other.

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It’s a great advanced features that really adds depth to your projects. If you’ve ever dabbled in desktop publishing you will pick it right up. Whether you are starting a project from scratch or using one of the pre-designed templates, you will have a beautiful project ready to use for any occasion. Swift Publisher is a really nice option for budget-conscience businesses who want to do something more with their communications.

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It gives you the same basic options (and some advanced ones) as more expensive ones like Adobe InDesign. Plus, you only pay a one-time fee rather than a recurring, monthly subscription.

If you are a new user to Swift Publisher, the cost is $29.95, but if you are a current user of Swift Publisher 3, you can upgrade for only $14.95. Plus, the developer, Belight Software, offers a free trial. For more information, visit. Find Belight on. I would not recommend BeLight!

I purchased an upgrade for their 40,000 images package and after payment it wouldn’t download! I contacted BeLight and they directed me back to Apple. Apple replied it’s an issue with the developer. BeLight then blamed my internet speed and informed me it was a large file! Are you kidding – my internet speed of 40gb/s and 3 gb is no longer a large file. I then informed them about this and they said I should download some software onto my Mac such as igetter or an alternate PAID app!

They also sent me another link to Amazon which showed 10 days to download. I contacted them back and this has now been going on for days!

They then sent another link which was exactly the same as before! I also found numerous complains in there forum on this and other bug related issues. I would recommend an alternate application such as Affinity Designer, iStudio publisher or even Apple’s own iPages. At least the program works and the support is much more professional. I am now in contact with Apple to get my money back!

Swift Publisher is a page layout and desktop publishing app for designing and printing fliers, newsletters, brochures, calendars, letterheads, booklets, and much more. Improvements. The application can now correctly access the additional clipart pack purchased as in-app purchase in the previous version. Bug Fixes. Some saved documents would not open if the Source panel had been extended much wider than the default setting. Fixed a problem causing text wrapping to reset after opening or attempting to print a document.

The Forms and Social Media template categories could be missing in versions other than English. The Bleeds setting in Export Options now works correctly for documents with facing pages.

Fixed a problem when Heading objects of a very small size could prevent documents from opening. The application could be launched on Mac OS X earlier than 10.10 even though such systems are not supported. The program could crash when viewing My Templates containing calendars or 3D Headings. Other performance and stability improvements. 5.0 May 23, 2017.

Xchopperdriver Great Combo of Features + Ease of Use Very glad I bought Swift Publisher; it is well worth the price. This app makes it incredibly easy to create marketing materials like brochures, newsletters, etc. I pulled together a tri-fold brochure in no time, completely from scratch. The hard part is writing the content (a blank page is a scary thing), but the examples provided in Swift Publisher’s template gallery make even that task less daunting. I picked out a template, then used the pre-defined text areas to fill in the content.

The text areas are small, requiring only a few sentences (but there are options for longer items, too). Coming up with a few brief, to-the-point phrases is a lot easier for me than writing long paragraphs. The image tools are decent, though not enough to completely rework one of your photos. If you need serious cropping/cleaning or other mods to your images you may still want to pre-tweak them using something else. This is great software that can probably do just about anything you need for printed marketing products. Definitely recommend; a real bargain.

Xchopperdriver Great Combo of Features + Ease of Use Very glad I bought Swift Publisher; it is well worth the price. This app makes it incredibly easy to create marketing materials like brochures, newsletters, etc. I pulled together a tri-fold brochure in no time, completely from scratch.

The hard part is writing the content (a blank page is a scary thing), but the examples provided in Swift Publisher’s template gallery make even that task less daunting. I picked out a template, then used the pre-defined text areas to fill in the content. The text areas are small, requiring only a few sentences (but there are options for longer items, too). Coming up with a few brief, to-the-point phrases is a lot easier for me than writing long paragraphs. The image tools are decent, though not enough to completely rework one of your photos. If you need serious cropping/cleaning or other mods to your images you may still want to pre-tweak them using something else. This is great software that can probably do just about anything you need for printed marketing products.

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Definitely recommend; a real bargain. Seminary Geek Much Easier that MS Publisher I’ve never had much experience with desktop publishers, but I understand that they’re supposed to be easier and better than a word processor when page formatting is a top priority. Our church office PC has MS Publisher, and I’ve been able to fumble my way through it (you really need to take a class for it, it’s got so many functions). Well, I had to get a funeral bulletin ready in a short amount of time, so I tried Swift Publisher.

So intuitive (it behaves just like an Apple-produced app) and straightforward! And the automatic booklet print function really takes the stress our of making sure you have your pages in the right order. This has really helped me be more productive with church publications.

It would be nice if Swift documents could be imported into MS Publisher and vice-versa, but I understand such compatibility isn’t always possible. But thanks for such a powerful and easy-to-use desktop publisher that even novices can master in no time. Seminary Geek Much Easier that MS Publisher I’ve never had much experience with desktop publishers, but I understand that they’re supposed to be easier and better than a word processor when page formatting is a top priority. Our church office PC has MS Publisher, and I’ve been able to fumble my way through it (you really need to take a class for it, it’s got so many functions). Well, I had to get a funeral bulletin ready in a short amount of time, so I tried Swift Publisher. So intuitive (it behaves just like an Apple-produced app) and straightforward! And the automatic booklet print function really takes the stress our of making sure you have your pages in the right order.

This has really helped me be more productive with church publications. It would be nice if Swift documents could be imported into MS Publisher and vice-versa, but I understand such compatibility isn’t always possible. But thanks for such a powerful and easy-to-use desktop publisher that even novices can master in no time.

This entry was posted on 27.10.2019.