Paintbrush – the best Microsoft Paint clone for Mac OS X

Aug 7, 2009 - 3 Comments

Microsoft Paint Clone for Mac OS X Paintbrush is a Microsoft Paint clone of sorts for Mac OS X, it’s an absolute joy to use in it’s simplicity and we are pleased that a new version is available with even more MS Paint type functions for your Mac. We’ve covered this MS Paint clone for Mac here before on OSXDaily but a new release is out with more features and bug fixes, and it’s even better than before. If you’re missing Microsoft Paint for your Mac then Paintbrush will scratch your itch just fine! Check out the screenshot to see just how MSPaint like this app really is, and be sure to download it now!

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Posted by: Bill Ellis in Fun, Mac OS X, OS X Apps, Retro

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  1. Todd Bradley says:

    That’s weird. Talk about full circle. Isn’t Microsoft Paint a knock-off of MacPaint in the first place? So first there was MacPaint (on the Mac, of course), and then Microsoft Paint imitated that for Windows, and now Paintbrush imitates that for the Mac?

  2. @Todd: That’s nothing. I’ve actually received emails asking me to port Paintbrush to Windows. Now that’s full-circle.

  3. Matt O'Brien says:

    Call me cheap but it looks like PaintBrush costs five bucks. I think an MS Paint clone should be cheaper!

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