iPhoto for Mac Gets Updated With Support for Shared Photo Streams

Posted September 20, 2012 at 12:48am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6740 views

iPhoto for Mac has been updated with support for Shared Photo Streams, card and calendar themes, and more.

iPhoto '11 gets a new look with stunning full-screen views for Events, Faces, Places, and Albums that let you take advantage of every inch of your Mac display. iPhoto also offers new ways to share and showcase your photos. You can upload your photos to your Facebook Wall and even view friends' comments right in iPhoto. Turn your email into something really special with ten Apple-designed photo mail templates. iPhoto '11 works with Photo Stream, so the photos you take on your iOS devices automatically appear in iPhoto, and you can share selected photos with other people. Add movement and music to your photos with one of 12 dynamic slideshow themes. iPhoto '11 introduces a new way to create professional-quality photo books quickly and easily. And new letterpress cards let you combine your photos and text with elegant imprinted designs.

What's New In This Version:
• Adds support for Shared Photo Streams on OS X Mountain Lion
• Comments can now be added to photos after publishing them to Facebook
• New card and calendar themes have been added
• A new File menu command can be used to open the current photo library in Aperture (if installed)
• Includes performance and stability improvements

You can download Mac App Store - iPhoto from the App Store for free.

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