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iPhoto & Aperture Pulled From Mac App Store

04/12/2015, If you’ve updated your OS X to the latest version which is OS X 10.10.3, you might have noticed that Photos for OS X is now available for use. The app is meant to replace both the iPhoto and Aperture app and now according to reports, it seems that both...

Aperture Will Continue To Be Sold Until Photos For OS X’s Release

03/05/2015, As some of you guys have heard by now, Apple will soon be putting an end to support for Aperture. Instead Apple will choose to focus on their upcoming Photos for OS X which is expected to launch this spring. Now if you’re worried that Photos for OS X...

Aperture Will No Longer Be Sold Upon Photos For OS X Release

02/11/2015, Last year Apple announced that they would cease the development of their photo editing software Aperture. This meant that the version you’re using is probably the version you’re stuck with. Instead Apple would be launching an app called Photos which...

Adobe Publishes Guide On Transitioning From Aperture To Lightroom

08/04/2014, If you’re a photographer, chances are you might have heard that Apple will be ceasing the development of their Aperture software for OS X. It’s an odd choice since it will be one less professional sector that Apple will be active in. Instead, Apple...

Photos For OS X Will Come With Advanced Features

07/02/2014, Just last week we reported that Apple’s Aperture photo editing software would ceased to be developed any further. This cant be good news for current photographers who rely on Apple’s software for a living, but we guess an alternative would be Adobe...

Adobe Capitalizes On The End Of Aperture’s Development

06/29/2014, Earlier in the week Apple confirmed that it is stopping development of Aperture for OS X. This is being done due to the introduction of the new Photos application and iCloud Photo Library, shown off at WWDC 2014 as apart and parcel of OS X...

Aperture For OS X Will Cease Development

06/27/2014, When it comes to post-processing photos, there are a handful of options to choose from. This includes Adobe’s Lightroom and Photoshop. For OS X users, they have the added option of using Apple’s Aperture software. However the bad news for OS X users...