Aperture, the professional photography app from Apple, has been revamped to version 3.5.1 with a couple of improvements and bug fixes on Mac.
For those who are not familiar with the app: Aperture is an advanced photo tool, which has also been made compatible with Retina display on the recently launched MacBook Pro. It consists of several cutting-edge adjustments tools to beautify your photos. You can also share your creations directly to the social sites like Flickr, Facebook, and SmugMug.
Now the latest version brings a couple of improvements and fixes to offer a better user experience. Here’s the complete changelog of the new Aperture app:
- Now the Temperature and Tint White Balance works perfectly.
- Rectifies a problem related to face detection overlays.
- Fixes a bug that results metadata field entry when arrowing between images.
- Enhancements to stability.
The updated version of Aperture app for Mac is downloadable via the link given below. The app works with devices powered by Mac OS X 10.9 or above.
Aperture download link for Mac (grab the update for free or should pay $79.99 if downloading for the first time)