Photos app makes a debut with Mac OS X 10.10.3 update

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Apple has seeded the new Mac OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite update for its family of Mac machines. This new update also brings the new Photos app which essentially replaces the iPhoto and Aperture apps.

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With Photos, you can enjoy better control in organizing your photos in to Photos, Shared, Albums, and Projects. The app also integrates iCloud Photo Library to sync and take a back up of the images on the Mac and other devices.

Additionally, the Photos app will let you browse your captures in three basic views – Moments, Collections, and Years. Apple has added basic image editing tools with slider bars to change values and perform make-shift adjustments instead of using professional grade suites. Apart from that, there are eight built-in filter options to play around.

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