Although iPhoto for iOS isn’t quite as robust as its OS X counterpart, it’s a very capable image editor—and it can do a few cool tricks you simply can’t do on your Mac. Straighten your photos iPhoto for iOS allows you to straighten your photos in a few smart ways. Show More Summary
After updating iPhoto for iOS on Wednesday to add iOS 6 support and a whole host of new features, Apple has shown a little love to iPhoto for Mac. Version 9.4 is available to download from the Mac App Store now, and it comes with support for the Shared Photo Streams introduced in iOS 6, [...]Show More Summary
iPhoto for iOS devices brings touch controls to photo editing. (Credit: Apple) Good news for all you Nikon D800 who have a third-generation iPad or about to buy an iPhone 5: the new iPhoto 1.1 iOS app now can handle your 36.3-megapixel...Show More Summary
Apple has released iPhoto for iOS v 1.1, with support for images up to 36.5MP (on the third-generation iPad) and full resolution photo import via iTunes File Sharing. Other additions include six new Ink Effects and the ability to create tag albums by adding custom tags to photos. Show More Summary
Following the release of iOS 6 earlier today, Apple has released an update to iPhoto for iOS devices adding a multitude of new features and enhancements. iPhoto 1.1 now includes six new Apple-designed ink effects along with a collection...Show More Summary
TUAW reader Jon Hung forwarded us this photo showing a wall mural that is in the progress of being painted on the side of a fire station at 260 Adelaide St. W. in Toronto, Ontario. The beautiful, super-sized mural shows what appearsShow More Summary
The most straightforward way to get the black and white effect is to use iPhoto's Effects tool.
Like iPhoto for iOS, it will use in-house tech and OpenStreetMap data.
I'm starting to use iPhoto for iOS more often in my photography workflow. While it's unlikely it'll ever fully replace a true post-processing program like Aperture or Lightroom, for shots that don't require that high degree of editing I find iPhoto for iOS to be suitable.
Cult of Mac’s own Charlie Sorrel explained the magic behind this slick feature built into iPhoto for iOS, but he didn’t spend much time on how to actually make it happen. I figured it might be high time to do just that, in today’s tip. Granted, there are many ways to get your photos from [...]Show More Summary
If you’re confused by iPhoto for iOS, then you’re not alone. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the cluttered and complex interface. There is light at the end of this long and painful tunnel, though, in the form of a very powerful photo cataloging and editing app. And a new book, called Hello iPhoto for [...]Show More Summary
Two months ago Apple launched its iPhoto for iOS app with some map data that looked very familiar to OpenStreetMap developers. Now the company has given credit where it's due.
When Apple launched iPhoto for iPhone, it quickly became clear that there was something odd going on with the maps in the application. Even though Apple never talked about this publicly, the data Apple used to render these new maps was clearly not from Google anymore. Show More Summary
Apple has finally given a public nod to OpenStreetMap, almost two months after it began using OSM's mapping data within iPhoto for iOS. The OpenStreetMap team tweeted about the change on Thursday evening, noting that the app, which was...Show More Summary
When Apple first released iPhoto for iOS, it quickly became clear that the new app was Apple’s first app to distance itself from Google’s Maps API in favor of OpenStreetMap (OSM), a collaborative online project aimed at making a free and complete map of the world. When you checked in iPhoto where a photo had [...]Show More Summary
An update to the iPhoto application for iOS has added proper attribution to the OpenStreetMap Foundation for mapping data included in the software.
When Apple released iPhoto for iOS on March 7th, many quickly realized that Apple wasn’t using Google Maps as it usually does to do mapping, but rather maps from the OpenStreetMap project. Apple offered no official credit to the non-profit project, which collects a series of maps from over 500,000 people worldwide. However, it appears [...]
OS X has been undergoing a gradual process of iOS-ification ever since Lion was released last year, and that process will continue with this year’s Mountain Lion. A new rumor states, however, that it won’t end there, and iPhoto ’12 will be packed with features lifted from iPhoto for iOS when it is released on [...]Show More Summary
A new rumor claims Apple is planning to release iPhoto '12 on the Mac App Store this summer, with the new software bringing some of the features of iPhoto for iOS to the Mac.
iPhoto for iOS has some issues. Everyone seems to agree on this topic, even those who feel that it’s a pretty decent photo editing app. Its use of non-standard gestures,...