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Google on Monday acquired Nik Software, the German company behind Snapseed, a popular iOS photo app.
iPhone 5 and iPod touch cameras seek to improve shooting experience and results.
Realmac Software on Wednesday updated Analog with support for Mountain Lion and Retina displays, new filters, and more.
The Federal Trade Commission has cleared Facebook's proposed acquisition of mobile photo-sharing service Instagram in an unanimous vote.
Facebook users will be able to broadcast live iPhone video on their Timelines using an app from Ustream.
Instagram on Thursday unveiled an overhauled version of its popular iOS app, one that lets users see their photographs arrayed on a map of where they were taken.
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Pixelmator on Thursday joined the growing list of Retina-ready apps to take advantage of the high-resolution screen on the new MacBook Pro.
This new Windows and Mac app digs through your email archive and picks out all the images you ever sent or received, freeing you from the daunting task of tackling your disorderly mail archives.
Over at TechHive, Tim Moynihan picks the free iPhone photo apps that can enhance your picture-snapping experience.
To coincide with Wednesday's Mountain Lion release, Apple rolled out new versions of iPhoto and Aperture that add support for Mountain Lion. Other software updates from Apple on Wednesday include iMovie and Apple Desktop Remote.
Thanks to the iPhone, many more of us have a camera in our pocket. But, like any art, perfect photography takes time. That's why we put together Macworld's iPhone Photography Superguide, our attempt to help you glide through the rough patches and onto photographic stardom.
Apple on Thursday released iPhoto 9.3.1, an update to iPhoto '11 with two bug fixes.