App for Mac OS X for photo editing has been delayed
There had been news of a Photos app for the desktop version of Mac OS X which is now being delayed in its release. However media has not been given information as to what are the issues being faced.
The latest news from the Mac stable is that the Photo app for the desktop version of Mac OS X was set to be released by now but it has been delayed. Photos is an app being developed to replace iPhoto which is an age old application developed for all MAC operating systems. This app has been in production for replacing the iPhoto app and to bring in new features and functions for the Mac users. Photos will also replace the paid app, Aperture and hence, will offer a host of useful features and functions for novice and professional users.
This would be the photo management app for the Mac OS X platform. Apple had references to this app on its website but currently, all links and references have disappeared. The app has an iOS version already. The updated version was released in 2014 with the launch of the iOS 8. At such a time it was announced that the app would be developed as the perfect photo management software for the desktop version. Before the website of Apple had references to this software.
It stated that the version of Photos app would be released in the beginning of 2015. Such pages have suddenly been removed from the website of Apple. A helpful link in the support section states that the Photos app will be made available for the desktop version at a later date. There are reports from Mac, however, that the app development is still on track and will be released by the end of April this year.