CorelDRAW returns to the Mac after nearly 20 years


Canadian software company Corel today announced that CorelDRAW has returned to the Mac for the first time since 2001.

CorelDRAW is best known for vector graphic design and illustration, but it can also be used for page layout, layer-based photo editing, RAW image processing, indexing and organizing font libraries, and more. The suite will compete with the likes of Adobe Illustrator and Affinity Designer on Mac.

I no longer do any kind of work that requires me to use these kinds of apps but it’s good to see CorelDRAW back on the Mac.