Macphun, a developer typically know for its image editing apps on Apple's platforms, is making the jump to Windows with one of its more popular apps, Luminar. The company has now launched a public beta for the app on Windows desktop, allowing anyone to help test Luminar ahead of its launch.

Mac image editor Luminar comes to Windows in public beta

Previously only available for Mac, Luminar offers powerful tools for editing and improving photos, including a pretty stunning AI-powered filter that boosts an image's vibrancy with a slider. From Macphun:

Luminar is a powerful non-destructive photo editor designed to tackle anyone's photography needs, from correcting challenging image problems to artful stylizing. It includes over 300 robust tools that make fixing, editing and perfecting a photo as easy as moving a slider.

For the public beta, Macphun notes that Luminar includes more than 50 predefined styles, more than 30 custom filters, RAW file conversion, and an adaptive user interface. That said, the company also says a number of features, such as workspaces and plug-in integration are still in development. New features will be added as they are completed ahead of Luminar's full launch, expected this fall.

If you're down for giving Luminar a shot, you can sign up to participate in the public beta at Macphun. Keep in mind that this is currently a desktop app only, and there's no indication yet whether Luminar will eventually come to the Windows Store. Still, it's always good to see apps, particularly powerful photo editors, make the jump from Mac to Windows.