For 24 hours, from 9:15am Eastern on 6/15 to 9:15am on 6/16, Aurora is F-R-E-E!
Aurora, the powerfully simple photo editing, organizing and sharing software (now available for Mac and PC!) is FREE for 24 hours. Yes, anyone can download Aurora to own it forever – for free – between 9:15 am Eastern on 6/15 and 9:15 am Eastern on 6/16. Simply visit, select “Buy Now,” and enter FREE24 at checkout. That’s it! Why is it free? Aurora is offering this 24-hour summer giveaway to celebrate its launch of Aurora for Mac and several new features now available in Aurora.  New features, include a Retouch editing tool! (The updated version of Aurora is a free download for existing customers, so you’re covered – when you open the software starting tomorrow, you’ll be prompted to download the latest version.)

I love Aurora for quick photo editing – it’s super easy and you get great results. Plus, you have a chance to enter your best Aurora-edited photo for a chance to win big prizes!!

Share your best edited shots to win big throughout July
To celebrate great photos and great photo editing made simple with Aurora, we’re holding an Aurora Friday Photo Editing Challenge this month…and everyone is invited to participate for a shot at winning some big prizes. We’ve got three incredible guest judges lined up – Tracey Clark from, Amy Locurto from I Heart Faces (Hi AMY!!) , and Julie May from UnScene Photography Tour. You can enter the challenge, and read more details about it, on the Aurora Facebook page:


Just for fun I decided to show you an example of what you can do with Aurora – on the left is a picture I took last week in Arizona, and on the right is the same picture with a little cropping, lightening, and color boost – just this subtle change made a big difference!
















Don’t forget this FREE offer is only good til 9:15 am tomorrow – go!! Get your copy of Aurora now!! 🙂

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  1. Thank you for the tip – I downloaded it and gave it a try and was very happy. I had a photo of my nephew – it was taken from an angle (not straight on) and the red eye was tough to handle. I tried it with Aurora and it turned out great! Thanks!

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