App Review – iPhoto
Today’s App review is iPhoto by Apple. I have been using iPhoto on my Mac for years and have found it to be an excellent organisational tool. I have no idea why I never used it on my iPhone until now. What I like the most is how you can organise photos into folders. I am the kind of person who takes thousands of photos and I find that it is often quite a chore to find a photo in the inbuilt camera roll.
The App works just like the Mac version but has some extra features. There is also the added bonus of being able to edit photos from within the App so you don’t need any third party photo-editing Apps.
My favorite feature of the App is called journals. This allows you to select up to 200 photos and add them to a journal which is basically a montage of your photos kind of like an old fashioned scrap book.
The appearance is different on the iPhone to the iPad I find the iPad version slightly easier to use because of the size but both are fantastic tools for organising photos.
The App does cost about 5 euro so is on the more expensive scale of Apps but it is worth every cent especially if you take a lot of photos. I now have it on all my iOS devices and use it daily.
To get the App you can download it from HERE