It has been a while that the new Photos app has been introduced to iOS devices, which makes browsing your pictures a lot more dynamic arranged by time and location with three distinct views as Moments, Collection and Years. It has also been noted to be adapted and replace iPhotos in the iLife collection altogether soon. However, the recent Yosemite update may just speed up things by packing the new Photos app on board this time around.
As Apple has always been precise on getting their ecosystem right, its introduction of Photos for Mac now closes the loop and establishes yet again an intuitive and powerful experience for their users. Photos for Mac now brings the cool implementation and familiarity into a wider screen on your MacBooks and iMacs. Capturing photos on any Apple devices will just be available on any of these devices anytime. Thanks also to its iCloud Photo Library you get a 5GB storage free, and choose to increase it to up to 1TB on some plan options.
What’s more is that it doesn’t just stop with a mere photo collection or some kind of online storage library. It also comes with editing tools that have visual descriptive controls, making it as intuitive and simple as it can be the Apple way. Plus you get to opt to make photo books, cards, calendars, and prints you can have Apple themselves print and send as a gift to your love ones as well.
You can just for check updates on your Macs for Yosemite 10.10.3 to get the new Photos for Mac, which also comes for free.