Google has said that a loophole in its Photos service that seemingly gave iPhone owners unlimited storage for high-resolution media is a bug, one that it intends to fix soon.
Transferring photos between an iPhone and your computer is a process you have little control over beyond choosing a group of photos to move. Any higher level of iOS media file management requires a specialized app like DearMob's iPhone Manager which offers a bunch of advanced photo-syncing features and advantages over Apple's default method.
Adobe today announced availability of the updated, improved versions of its photo manager Photoshop Elements 2019 and video editing software Premiere Elements for 2019.
The Pixelmator team today pushed a 3.7.1 update to its awesome Photoshop replacement app on Mac App Store, adding support for exporting images in Apple's new HEIF format introduced alongside iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra last year, plus some new effects and a bunch of fixes.
Aside from its major headline-grabbing capabilities, macOS Mojave brought a new Dynamic Desktop feature that automatically adjusts a special wallpaper to match the time of day.
Earlier this morning, Pixelmator Pro's 1.1 “Monsoon” update was pushed to customers on Mac App Store, bringing a plethora of enhancements and new capabilities to this award-winning image editor and a viable Photoshop replacement.
Google today previewed its latest major Android update, known as Android P.
For those who prefer to copy their iPhone images over to a Mac or Windows PC via the USB transfer method, our Tutorial series has explained how to convert HEIF-encoded media to the JPEG format using Apple's stock Preview app or a free app like iMazing HEIC Converter.
iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra debuted HEIF, Apple's new efficient image format meant to supplant JPEG by delivering the same or better quality at half the file size. That's great, but what about converting your HEIF photos into the more compatible JPEG format?
A popular automation tool for iPhone and iPad, Workflow, was updated on App Store this morning with several new iOS 11 and iPhone X features.
Darkroom, an advanced image editor that lets you shoot in RAW and manage up to 120-megapixel DSLR images, today received a major feature-packed update in App Store.
This is pretty significant.