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Google Photos now groups pet images, creates suggested photo books

Google’s Photos app for iPhone and iPad was updated on App Store with a pair of new features: recognizing pets and creating suggested photo books from your best moments.... Read the rest of this post here


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Pixelmator now works with HEIF images & integrates with Photos on macOS High Sierra

Pixelmator for Mac was recently updated on Mac App Store with full macOS High Sierra compatibility, including the ability to open images saved in Apple’s new efficient HEIF format and integrate with the stock Photos app as an external image editor.... Read the rest of this post here


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Pixelmator 3.7 Update Brings HEIF Image Support and Apple Photos Integration

Pixelmator has been updated for Mac to include support for the new HEIF image standard in macOS High Sierra. Once users have updated to Pixelmator 3.7, they'll also be able to make full use of the new Photo app integration available in Apple's latest desktop operating system.


In macOS High Sierra, it's possible to open a photo in a third-party app right from within the Photos Library using the "Edit With..." menu option, after which Pixelmator should appear following the update. Subsequently, any edits made within Pixelmator will be automatically saved back to the Photos library.

Added support for the new HEIF image standard includes the ability to import photos from iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone X, which save in the more efficient compression format by default. You can find out more about HEIF here.


Other improvements in the 3.7 update to Pixelmator include enhanced support for Photoshop PSD files, an improved Repair Tool, and a return of the ability to drag image assets from Photos and Safari directly into Pixelmator.

Pixelmator is available to buy on the Mac App Store for $30.


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SelfieTime makes you look like a champ in selfie photographs and FaceTime Video chats

Although some people have no problem with snapping selfies and carrying out FaceTime Video calls with their friends or colleagues, some people simply aren’t happy with the way they look and are more self-conscious about how folks will judge their character.

SelfieTime is a new jailbreak tweak by veteran iOS developer Elias Limneos that can help people of the latter group look better for their selfies and feel more confident during FaceTime Video calls.... Read the rest of this post here


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This tweak brings the iPhone’s Camera app user interface to the iPad

If you have both an iPhone and an iPad, then you should already know that each device’s Camera app has a different look and feel to it.

The iPad’s Camera app interface is built with a larger display in mind, making some tools more readily accessible. On the other hand, many use their iPhone for photography more often and would prefer having the same familiar experience on their iPad.

Enter a new free jailbreak tweak called iPhone Cam for iPad by iOS developer Adel Hammoud. As the name implies, this tweak ports the iPhone-style Camera user interface to your jailbroken iPad so that the photography experience feels one and the same across your devices.... Read the rest of this post here


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