Following on from the launch of Apple’s new OS X Mavericks operating system, Apple has released a new update for its Aperture photo management and enhancement suite taking it to Aperture 3.5.
New updates in the latest Aperture 3.5 software include the obligatory bug fixes and performance enhancements together with a wealth of new features which include iCloud photo sharing together with support for mapping and the new Places feature which now uses Apple maps to display photo locations.
Together with the new ability to publish and synchronise galleries directly to a SmugMug account. Support has also been added for iOS 7 camera filters applied to photos imported from iOS devices as well as improving the reliability of slideshows on a 15″ Macbook Pro with Retina display.
Other bug fixes and features included in Aperture 3.5 include the ability to share videos up to three minutes long with Flickr, improved reliability when printing a light table and the issue that could cause Aperture to hang after adjusting a very large panorama has now been fixed.
For more information on the new Aperture 3.5 version jump over to the Apple Mac App Store for details.
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