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Discussion in 'iPad Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by Azariah80, Apr 4, 2012.
Or is there another app out there that can do everything that iPhoto does plus more?
Reading reviews helps. I do love iPhoto though. Very powerful.
Yes it's definitely worth a buy.
It's very impressive as to what they fit into that little app.
Another yes here...
I bought it because it was made by Apple and because I wanted to complete the iLife collection thing (I already had the other two).
I almost never use it. So think about it.
I use Lightroom and occasionally Photoshop Elements so for someone like me, probably not.
Thank you everyone.
+1 for iPhoto.
Is iPhoto worth the buy?
Check out Pixelmator.
I also use iPhoto, and for my (not very advanced) purposes it works fine.
+1 it's worth to buy it, but not sure it's worth to upgrade...
You may want to take a look at Snapseed.
The latest version on iPhoto(9.3) on the Mac store is not compatible with Snow Leopard. You did not make a mention of what OSX you ran, but I just want that little fact thrown out there. I bought iPhoto when Lion was not a requirement, but now I'm in line for the upgrade(running 9.2.3) and I'm blocked by the OS from getting it.
The other ridiculous thing is that I can't cancel the notification in the Mac Store app because there is no mechanism to cancel it. I'm stuck with the Mac Store app in my dock showing 1 update ready. I hope, since Apple is almost exclusively going to the Mac App store, they will figure out how to allow consumer's to cancel notifications that don't apply to them/that particular machine. I'm sure I'm not the only person in Apple's universe to be splitting apps among 2 different operating systems.
I'm stuck with the Mac Store app in my dock showing 1 update ready. I hope, since Apple is almost exclusively going to the Mac App store, they will figure out how to allow consumer's to cancel notifications that don't apply to them/that particular machine.
I love iPhoto. The only complaint is that it has become a little laggy with my large photo library on my C2D machine. Hopefully my new retina MBP solves that issue!
iPhoto and CS5 are a great combo on my '09 MBP.
Unless I'm wrong, the OP is talking about iPhoto (or alternatives) on iPad.
This would rule out Pixelmator, CS5 and others - no?