It’s been a long time, and the good news is, it’s finally here. Apple launches their photo management, iPhoto where you can edit and customize images straight to “the new iPad.” iPhoto’s release comes in trio package, which includes the most important apps you’ll find on iPad: iMovie, GarageBand and iPhoto.
The app supports 19 megapixels, and it looks like users will enjoy this new software release with its popular features such as enhancement tools, social network sharing, Flickr, email and more. The iPhoto app caters for those who “want to do more with your photos.”
It’s not just an ordinary photo app. You’ll appreciate this gesture-heavy feature, and it is simple to use. You can actually watch a demo on YouTube and see how it goes. With the gesture-heavy feature, you can use the new bezel which allows users to swipe from left side of the screen to search for other photos in the album.
Swipe from the left side of the screen and there you can simply tap on an image, and immediately the editing interface will pop up. If you want to check some more photos in thumbnail view, just swipe from the side.
Check out another amazing feature of the app by double tapping a single photo. The iPhoto will scan your entire library and find all the images that look similar by comparing them. If you’re familiar with photo editing, you are free to customize your photos by tapping a specific area and simply drag to brighten or sharpen it.
The iPhoto is packed with brush palettes, tools, saturation, red-eye corrector and more. Other functions are sharpen, soften, darken, and for more editing, the general repair tool works well. The new iPhoto app is available for $4.99 in the App Store.