How about an app which lets you view your entire iPhoto or Aperture library on your iPad, without syncing, and without having either of the Mac apps running? That’s PhotoScope, a $5 universal app for iPad and iPhone which does … Read more ›
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.
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
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.
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 […]
Apple recently announced that they would make the iOS versions of their iWork apps plus iPhoto and iMovie free for iOS 7 enabled devices that were purchased after September 1. That means you can download Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iPhoto, and iMovie all for free. Show More Summary
Apple is making some of its most popular apps free with the purchase of a new iOS device. Now with any new iPhone, iPad or fifth-generation iPod touch, you can get iWork, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, iPhoto and iMovie for free See also:Show More Summary
The iPad is pretty great for photographers, but in typical Apple fashion, if you want to really use the device then you keep knocking up against crazy and annoying limits. The most obvious of these is probably the whole iPhoto/iPhoto problem: two apps, for Mac an iOS, that share a name but little else. They [...]Show More Summary
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
Since the day I got my first Mac, I have greatly disliked iPhoto. In theory, it's an excellent application, but in practice, it's a slow unstable mess. The Mac, iPhone, and iPad are all excellent devices for viewing and editing photos...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
Problem: You use Lightroom for your fancy photos from your fancy camera, and you want to put the best of those on your iPad. But you also shoot a ton of pictures on your iPhone, and you want to back those up to iPhoto on your Mac, and send the best of those to your [...]Show More Summary
If you haven't seen Apple's adorable Heart and Soul iPad mini ad, you've probably been living under a rock. But chances are you haven't seen the last two ads, highlighting iPhoto and iBooks. Interestingly enough, both ads feature the iPad mini and its big brother iPad, just like the Heart and Soul ad.
Apple has released two additional iPad mini TV spots following the release of its first “Piano” ad for the mini. “Photos” (shown above) focuses on viewing photography and editing pics in iPhoto on the mini next to the 10-inch Retina iPad. At the very end of the ad, the larger iPad slides out of frame [...]Show More Summary
Apple has begun running two new television commercials for the iPad mini. The new ads build out a series that started with Apple’s iPad mini Garageband ad; a commercial that demonstrates the iPad mini’s equal software capabilities to the full-sized iPad. The new ads focus on iBooks and iPhoto. The first ad shows the iBooks [...]
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.
A growing number of enthusiast photographers are traveling with iPads instead of laptops. The lighter weight, thinner body, and WiFi + Cellular connectivity of an iPad (if you go that route) makes for a good companion on the road. But just because you leave the computer at home doesn’t mean that you should ignore it when you return. 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
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