Apple’s replacement for iPhoto


Bye Bye, iPhoto: Apple Reboots With Photos for Mac

Apple has let loose details of its brand new Photosapp — the expected replacement for both iPhoto and Aperture.

Today, the new app was bundled into a beta version of OS X 10.10.3, which Apple made available to its developers. Overall, the look is simple and uncluttered, borrowing from the iOS Photos app, the desktop iPhoto and Aperture.

Heavily integrated with the iCloud Photo Library and completely re-engineered, the new Photos app is designed to let you access any photo in your collection at any time and from anywhere. An Optimize Mac Storage option facilitates storage of full resolution photos and videos in iCloud while lower resolution versions are saved to your device. With iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of free storage and can purchase up to 1TB.

Like iPhoto and Aperture, you can also do advanced projects like photo books, photo…

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