Apple’s most recent iApp, iPhoto has been downloaded more than 1 million times, according to information provided by Apple today. That figure would be even higher if copies that are distributed on new Mac systems were also counted.
“iPhoto is the missing link in digital photography and is revolutionizing how we save, organize and share digital photos,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “With more than one million downloads in just two months, iPhoto has almost instantly become one of the most popular digital photo applications of all time.”
Built for Mac OS X, iPhoto was introduced at Macworld San Francisco during Steve Jobs’ keynote presentation as a way for users to organize there photo collection. With iPhoto you can also upload photos to the Web, make a book, requested prints, create slideshows and more.
iPhoto is available as a free download. iPhoto requires Mac OS X 10.1.2 and a Macintosh with a built-in USB port. A Mac with a 400MHz PowerPC G3 processor and 256MB RAM is recommended by Apple. Online ordering services are available in the U.S. and Canada, and require the English-language version of iPhoto.