Starting in iOS 8 beta 4, which was released this past Monday to developers, Apple has begun notifying users of the soon-to-be-defunct iPhoto for iOS to migrate their iPhoto data to the totally revamped Photos app in iOS 8, as part of Apple’s new photo strategy being rolled out this fall and early next year. While […]
Apple on Thursday rolled out a minor update to its iPhoto app for iOS, building on an in-app print ordering capability by adding the option to include white borders around selected pictures.
Following a slew of updates to iWork, Apple has released a minor update to iPhoto for iOS, part of its iLife suite. The update adds a new border printing option. When ordering prints, you can now frame your photos with a white border. As usual, the update also includes miscellaneous bug fixes and “other improvements”. What’s New in […]
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Apple seems to have “been inspired” by popular collage app Pic Stitch when redesigning iPhoto for iOS 7. Taking a look at the share sheet in iPhoto reveals the icon for Photo Journals as being almost identical to that of the Pic Stitch for iOS icon, save for a quick 90? rotation and a color […]
Between the radically updated look and feel of iOS 7 and the new features and emphasis of iPhoto 2.0 for iOS, it’s sometimes hard to determine where one ends and the other begins. On the one hand, the new iPhoto for iOS update shares many similar features and image editing concepts with the previous version. Show More Summary
IPhoto 2.0 for iOS has two amazing new features that no other photo editing has, nor will have for the foreseeable future: It can write its edits directly back to the iOS Camera Roll, and it can delete photos from … Read more › The post iPhoto For iOS Saves Edits Back To And Deletes Photos From Camera Roll appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Some great discoveries from MacStories's Federico Viticci about the new version of iPhoto for iOS and how it interacts with your Camera Roll. (macstories.net)
New versions of Apple's signature consumer photo editing and management software—iPhoto for Mac and iPhoto for iOS on both the iPhone and iPad—have been updated with fresh enhancements to emphasize iCloud integration and 64-bit compatibility alongside its debut of OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Show More Summary
Oh man, how cool is the new Retina iPad mini for photographers? Not only has it got that sweet new hi-res display, it can now be had with 128GB RAM. That alone makes it pretty great for viewing and editing … Read more › The post iPhoto For iOS Gets Organized, iPhoto For Mac Remains As Lame As Ever appeared first on Cult of Mac.
iPhoto for iOS has been updated to 64-bit, making it faster for browsing and editing your work. It also comes with a new iOS 7-inspired design, along with new tools and effects that let you toy around even further with your images. The iPad version also gets Photobook in the update, which lets users upload [...]Show More Summary
Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services has just announced brand new versions of the iLife software family, both for iOS and Mac. All of the iLife apps for iOS have been redesigned for iOS 7. iPhoto for iOS has added photo books, and it is now easier to view and share photos over the previous version. Show More Summary
A redesigned icon for iPhoto for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch has appeared in the iCloud Storage Management function in the iOS Settings app. The new icon is simpler, flatter, and is designed with iOS 7?s new icon grid system in-mind. It is a stark contrast from the colorful, 3D-like iPhoto icon for the current […]
So you’ve fine-tuned a collection of images in iPhoto for iOS—now you can create a polished slideshow with them by tapping the power of iMovie on your iPad. Why would you want to do this when iPhoto already provides you with eight different slideshow styles to choose from? I move over to iMovie to create my presentations for two reasons. Show More Summary
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
The most straightforward way to get the black and white effect is to use iPhoto's Effects tool.