Apple iPhoto for Mac

Apple iPhoto for Mac

Average User Rating:
3.5
out of 291 votes

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    9.1
  • Total Downloads:
    480,607
  • Date Added:
    November 04, 2010
  • File Size:
    758.58MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    247
  • Operating Systems:
    Mac/OS X 10.6 Intel

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  • Current Version

    1.7

    out of 12 votes

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    • 2 star 2
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  • All Versions

    3.5

    out of 291 votes

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    • 4 star 58
    • 3 star 36
    • 2 star 29
    • 1 star 55
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2 stars

"I traded down"

December 20, 2010  |  By Tojasoh

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

Installation was easy. Launch was easy. Display is pretty.

Cons

While some improvements might have been made in v9.1. I have lost usability -- and paid for that. Apple can do better, and I wish they would.

Summary

The "places" feature is buggy and does not allow naming pinpoint locations like the previous version.

Further, the <opt><cmd>F (full screen) feature is a joke. Nothing like in the previous version. I have only begun to test and I want to move back one version.

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1 stars

"Wait for version 9.4 or 9.5. Stay with 8."

December 18, 2010  |  By CayeyUPR

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

I have always used earlier versions of iPhoto and was very pleased with the ease of use. The photo comparison in 7 and 8 versions was great.

Cons

Can cause the entire screen image on a dual display to break up.
Force quitting iPhoto did not solve the problem.
Solution - restart the computer and use only iPhoto 8.

Summary

Apparently apple is no longer focused on quality.
Or they want to encourage purchase of their Aperture program.

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1 stars

"Big problem"

December 11, 2010  |  By remosport29_dotmac

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

First time tried using iphoto /ater the version 8 (Tiger)

Cons

Crashes on opening..... hasn't opened yet after upgrading (mistake) after I started my NEW imac. Now what ?

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4 stars

"Nice update"

November 18, 2010  |  By squirt4911

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

runs a bit faster

Cons

did not see a lot of change

Summary

ok

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1 stars

"Please wait it's not ready yet"

November 14, 2010  |  By garyfongdotcom

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

I spent a week

Cons

everything is con.

Summary

iPhoto 11 wiped out all of my events (now I have only one event) and it's going slow as molasses. I see a little spinning globe next to "Faces" and this is what I got. So - after all these days of getting the images installed into iPhoto11, now it is going to take 36 hours to catalog the faces. I think Apple should take this off the market. Look at the last line of the window below!

Faces makes it easy to find photos of your favorite people - should after 36 hours of cataloging! It should find faces of every individual in the world!
if you attempt to use this, wait until the forums are not on fire with people losing their images, faces, books, notes, etc. iPhoto 11 will completely pillage your old photo library, and even if you think you have a clean install, you won't know what it lost until you try batch searching or look up something else you did in the previous library. DO NOT GIVE THIS AS A HOLIDAY GIFT it will make the recipient sad.

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1 stars

"Product won't install."

November 12, 2010  |  By Shepherde

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

Product won't install.

Cons

Product won't install.

Summary

Won't install. Error message says that I need version 9 or better. I have version 9.

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1 stars

"Worst update ever"

November 12, 2010  |  By nouser

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

I haven't found anything to like about this update.

Cons

Loss od images, loss of slideshows, broken UI, thoughtless email interface, loss of full screen side-by-side images comparison and much slower than the version it replaces.

Summary

This is, by far, the worst Apple upgrade I've ever encountered in my 29 years of using Apple products. I reverted back to iPhoto 8.1.2. See Cons for specifics.

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4 stars

"Upgrades are not everybody cup of tea."

November 11, 2010  |  By Dac1943

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

Somethings are very usable other just bits in the wind.

Cons

Need more bit for the buck in adjustments to the program.

Summary

Great as far as it goes but it could go further.

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2 stars

"A little complicated and confusing"

November 09, 2010  |  By MsLynnie

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

Picture viewing is excellent

Cons

Too expensive! Can't even get a good dicount "upgrade" from iphoto '08. Dont feel comfortable to try with the iLife 11 yet.

Summary

Does not give a choice of 'delete' in the editing pane

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1 stars

"Skip this one"

November 08, 2010  |  By Felix01

 |  Version: Apple iPhoto 9.1

Pros

None for most users

Cons

Has a habit of deleting random pictures from your library when upgrading from older versions of iPhoto

Summary

Unless iPhoto 9 has a feature you really, really can't live without, I'd skip iLife '11 which includes iPhoto 9. This thing is buggy, deletes random pictures from your library and just isn't worth the aggravation.

Make sure you have your iPhoto library reliably backed up before installing this upgrade. Apple's software QC has absolutely gone down the toilet of late...they may be making tons of money on iPhones, iPads, iPods and laptops but the attention to detail on software has definitely taken a back seat over the past year plus.

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Full Specifications

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What's new in version 9.1
  • Provides the ability to create and order calendars in iPhoto.
  • Additional letterpress holiday greeting card themes are now available.
  • Fixes an issue that prevented videos downloaded from MobileMe or Flickr from importing correctly into iPhoto events.
  • The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto â??11.
General
Publisher Apple
Publisher web site http://www.apple.com/
Release Date November 04, 2010
Date Added November 04, 2010
Version 9.1
Category
Category Digital Photo Software
Subcategory Digital Photo Tools
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.6 Intel, Macintosh
Additional Requirements None
Download Information
File Size 758.58MB
File Name id408981381
Popularity
Total Downloads 480,607
Downloads Last Week 247
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License Model Update
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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