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We have to agree with developer Raffael Hannemann: “Photo Stream on OS X is broken.” While it works seamlessly on iOS, accessing pictures from iCloud on the Mac requires using iPhoto, which for all its merits, has become bloated and slow, especially over the past year or two. Show More Summary
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
After making OS X Mavericks a free update for Mac users and converting Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand into free bundled apps for both iOS and Macs, Apple said it would hide an additional $900 million from next quarter's reported revenue accounting.
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
Among the many treasures recently spilled by Apple were three iLife applications for OS X and iOS—iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. As a musician in my off hours, I was most interested in seeing what GarageBand had to offer. Here are my...Show More Summary
During the special keynote event yesterday Apple announced all new versions of their productivity and creativity apps for Mac and iOS. All new versions of iWork and iLife which includes Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iPhoto, iMovie and Garage Band are now free with purchase of new Mac or iOS device. Show More Summary
After announcing earlier today at it is releasing new versions of iWork and iLife for both Mac OS X and iOS, the updated versions of iMovie, Keynote, Numbers, Pages, GarageBand, and iPhoto are now all available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. While Apple was only able to go through a few new […]
As shown at the Apple Event earlier in the day, Apple late on Tuesday released updated iWorks and iLife apps for iOS. Those include Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand - all updated to version 2.0. The new apps have...Show More Summary
iWork and iLife Now Free With Every New Mac and iOS Device Apple® announced its groundbreaking iWork® productivity apps, Pages®, Numbers® and Keynote® and award-winning iLife® creativity apps, iPhoto®, iMovie® and GarageBand® have been completely redesigned to take full advantage of OS X® Mavericks and iOS 7. 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's iLife suite, which includes Garageband, iMovie, and iPhoto, has been rebooted for iOS and OS X Mavericks, the company announced at today's iPad event. The tech giant also declared a reboot of iWork for both platforms. Eddy Cue,...Show More Summary
After what seems like forever, Apple app aficionados will finally see updates to iLife—iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand—for both the Mac and iOS. All versions are available today and all are free. Eddie Cue, senior vice president of Internet...Show More Summary
Apple SVP Eddie Cue announced today that a new version of iLife for both iOS and OS X will be released today. All of the apps have been coded with 64-bit support as well as heavy iCloud integration. iPhoto for … Read more › The post Apple Announces New iLife Apps For iOS And OS X, Available For Free Today [iPad Event] appeared first on Cult of Mac.
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
Apple’s software engineers have been pretty darn busy. In addition to iOS 7 and Mavericks this year, the company has just announced new versions of iLife for the Mac; iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand (Free) have all been updated, and are available today. Now, the apps look a lot like their also-updated iOS counterparts. Oh, and they’re all free. ...