iPhoto

Version: 9.5.1 || Release Date: 2013-12-11 || License: Commercial with demo ($14.99) Developer: Apple, Inc. | App Owner: xcgr

iPhoto for Mac lets you do more than you ever thought possible with your photos. It gives you easy ways to find, sort, and rediscover your favorites. Simple but powerful editing tools let you turn good shots into magnificent ones. And you can share your photos in all kinds of great ways, including fun slideshows, Facebook, and Twitter — even professional-quality prints, photo books, cards, and calendars. iPhoto isn’t just a collection of pictures. It’s a collection of possibilities.

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17 Opinions

Fantastic app.
nice user interface (clean and simple)
great Filing and Search features.
overall, very easy to use

My vote for the worst Apple application. The filing and searching features are a nightmare. I only use it to retrieve photos from my digital camera, and then switch to Photoshop (which fortunately can be used internally for editing) or upload to Flickr (using the Flickr Uploader, not the lousy Flickr plugin).

Can't wait for something better (Flickr style but as a standalone application with digital camera and Photoshop integration, rather than a web-based one) to come along.

Great app, clean and simple :)

Very comprehensive photo-suite. Thumbsup

The photo books are awesome. My standard xmas present to my parents these days is a photo book recapping the year's best photos of my son (their grandson)

I agree with stecchino. It does everything I as an amateur photographer need it to do. My biggest complaint with iphoto is how large the iphoto library folder can get once it saves modified images, original images, and thumbnails. Overall though, it gets an A.

Fairly ubiquitous. It's come a long way since version 1.0 and version 6 is pretty quick on Intel-based Macs. The photo books are FANTASTIC gifts.

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