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
iPhoto for iPad is a fantastic photo editing app with a ton of multitouch gesture support. When editing and looking through your photos within the app on your iPad, all it takes is a bit of learning to get these gestures down and make your time with iPhoto just that much more productive and fun. [...]Show More Summary
For a brief time last weekend, a developer impersonating Apple was selling versions of the company's popular iOS Apps in the Google Play Store. According to a post on Reddit, six apps with familiar titles like iPhoto and iMovie were being sold by Apple Inc. Show More Summary
On the eve of the iPad mini release, Apple released an iOS 6.0.1 software update, followed by another set of updates for iPhoto, Aperture, and Safari. While these updates include numerous bug fixes and stability improvements, they also add a few enhancement features and security patches.
Today's been a big day for updates from Apple, as the company has just released three more software updates on top of the public iOS 6.0.1 release and the iOS 6.1 beta release to developers. This time, the updates are all for OS X; iPhoto and Aperture get new features, while Safari is relegated to security fixes.
Wow, it's a busy day at Apple. First we had the iOS 6.0.1 release, then developers got the iOS 6.1 beta and a new version of Xcode, and now Apple's dropped iPhoto, Aperture, and Safari updates for the Mac. iPhoto received a bump to version 9.4.2, with a surprising number of new features and fixes. Show More Summary
Along with the release of iOS 6.0.1 to the masses and 6.1 for developers, Apple has released small updates for Safari, iPhoto and Aperture this afternoon. To start, Safari has hit version 6.0.2 and looks to be just security fixes. As for iPhoto there are new features in version 9.4.2: • Photos now can be added [...]
The new Shared Photo Streams feature in iOS 6 is a great way of quickly and easily sharing photos directly with friends and family directly into the Photos app or into iPhoto or Aperture on OS X. For those who don’t own a Mac or iOSShow More Summary
Apple has released a software update for iPhoto, bringing it to v9.4.1. This update fixes some bugs and seeks to enhance the way users sync content to iOS devices via iTunes. There are also improvements when downloading and viewing photos synced with Facebook albums, and brings other stability enhancements.
Following the public release of iOS 6 on Wednesday, Apple also updated its suite of iOS iLife applications, including iMovie, GarageBand and iPhoto for iPhone 5.… Continue reading ? Apple Updates iMovie, GarageBand, and iPhoto for iPhone 5 originally appeared on: Touch Reviews
While Apple continues to weather very bad press (and embarrassing photographic evidence) over its fumble on Maps in iOS 6, one of its existing mapping partners is getting a little injection of cash to continue improving its services....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 been quite busy today, launching application updates to coordinate with the release of new iOS 6. The iMovie, iPhoto and GarageBand apps have been updated with a few enhancements and bug fixes for each application. The newShow More Summary
iMovie for iPhone and iPad has been updated for iOS 6 and introduces some new features including three new trailers, the ability to split audio with the iPad, slideshow creation from iPhoto, 1080p upload resolution, and more. Three new...Show More Summary
If you didn't already know that iOS 6 was out in the wild, Apple just delivered a torrent of mobile app updates to make it perfectly clear. Virtually every app that isn't preloaded now has explicit iOS 6 support to keep it running smoothly, and some of the upgrades are thankfully more than just skin-deep compatibility tweaks. Show More Summary
iPhoto for iPhone and iPad have been updated with support for iOS 6 and also includes a slew of new features including coaching tips, new ink effects, support for 36.5 megapixel photos, and more. Added support for iPod touch (4th generation...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
Hours after Apple released OS X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion and iOS 6 on Wednesday, the company rolled out updates for the consumer level iPhoto and the professional grade Aperture image organization and editing apps, granting both apps access to Shared Photo Streams.
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