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Apple Photos

Photos is a photo management and editing application developed by Apple. It was released as a bundled app in iOS 8 on September 17, —replacing the Camera Roll—and released as a bundled app to OS X Yosemite users in the update on April 8, It was released for tvOS 10 on September 13,


In June , Apple announced its plan to discontinue the applications iPhoto and Aperture, to be replaced by a new application, Photos, at some point in [1][2] Photos is included with OS X Yosemite , released as a free update to users on April 8, [3][4][5]

On September 13, , the app was later included in tvOS [6]


Photos is intended to be less complex than its professional predecessor, Aperture.[3] Photos are organized by the "moment", which is a combination of time and location metadata attached to the photo.[5]


Photos tucks complex editing tools into several simple controls by default. Photos is designed to "reward curiosity and additional clicks with ever more granular manipulation capabilities". A one-click auto-enhance button is also available.[7]

iCloud Photo Library[edit]

iCloud Photo Library is heavily integrated into the program, keeping photos and videos in sync with various Apple devices designated by the user (such as Macs, iPhones, and iPads), including edits and album structures. Storage starts at a complimentary 5 GB and can be bought in a number of tiers up to 2 TB.[8] While iCloud integration is still optional, it is much more central to Photos as compared to iPhoto.[7]

Professional printing[edit]

Like its predecessors, Photos initially included a number of options for professional printing of photos, which could then optionally be turned into books or calendars and mailed to an address. With Photos, Apple added new types of prints, including square sizes and the ability to print panoramas.[5] In July , Apple announced, via a pop-up message in Photos, that they would be discontinuing these services, adding that users should submit any final orders by September 30, [9]


iCloud Photo Sharing allows sharing photos with others. Others can view, like or comment existing shared photos or contribute new photos to the shared album.[10] Other ways of sharing includes e-mail, social platform that integrates through iOS Extensions, or Apple's peer-to-peer AirDrop technology.[11]


Critics have noted the loss of functionality in Photos as compared to its predecessors. In particular, photos can no longer be ordered as events but are either automatically ordered chronologically into moments or must be put into albums; the latter do not allow for automatic sorting.[12] (Although smart albums, with customized user-defined rules, will allow for sorting.)[13] As of OS X El Capitan, only the latest version of iPhoto still operates; because iPhoto has been removed from the Mac App Store, customers who upgraded to El Capitan without first obtaining the latest version of iPhoto were locked out of iPhoto without warning, pushing them to use Photos.[14]

See also[edit]


  1. ^"The demise of Apple's Aperture and iPhoto: What does it mean for you?". The Next Web. June 27, Retrieved April 9,
  2. ^Panzarino, Matthew (June 27, ). "Apple To Cease Development Of Aperture And Transition Users To Photos For OS X". TechCrunch. AOL. Retrieved April 9,
  3. ^ abKlosowski, Thorin (April 8, ). "OS X Arrives with New Photos App". Lifehacker. Retrieved April 9,
  4. ^Simmons, Dan (April 8, ). "Apple releases Mac app to store photos in iCloud". BBC News. Retrieved April 9,
  5. ^ abc"About the OS X Yosemite v Update". Apple. Archived from the original on April 9, Retrieved April 9,
  6. ^Price, David (October 27, ). "New tvOS 10 update | tvOS 10's 8 cool new features for your Apple TV". MacWorld. Retrieved October 28,
  7. ^ abEtherington, Darrell (April 8, ). "Photos For OS X Review". TechCrunch. AOL. Retrieved April 9,
  8. ^"iCloud Photo Library FAQ". Apple. Retrieved March 16,
  9. ^Holger, Dieter (July 12, ). "Apple ends its photo printing service after 16 years". Macworld. Retrieved
  10. ^"Everything you need to know about Photo Stream and iCloud Photo Sharing". iMore. Retrieved
  11. ^Snider, Lesa (August 20, ). "How to AirDrop photos and videos between Macs and iOS devices". Macworld. Retrieved
  12. ^"How Photos handles content and metadata from iPhoto and Aperture". Apple. September 28, Archived from the original on March 12, Retrieved March 12,
  13. ^Klosowski, Thorin (May 29, ). "Automatically Sort Pictures with Smart Albums in Apple Photos". LifeHacker. Retrieved August 3,
  14. ^"Can't update iPhoto". Apple. Retrieved August 3,

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The received photo/video is not saved in Photos app(iOS).

Send Anywhere auto-save all received photos and videos to the Photos app by default and it is classified and displayed in the 'Photo' and 'Video' tab of the Send menu in Send Anywhere app.
If you can not see the received photos and videos in Photos app, check the following:

 Is the file format or codec supported by iOS?

If the received file format is not supported by iOS or the received file contains an audio codec not supported by iOS, it cannot be saved in Camera roll of Photos app and are saved in the 'File' tab of send Menu within Send Anywhere app. Make sure that the received file is saved in the 'File' tab.

If you want to open photo and video files saved in the 'File' tab, please download and use another viewer app or player app that supports a specific file format or codec. To open in another app, select the photo or video in the 'File' tab and tap on the 3 dots icon in the Send box at the bottom then click the 'Open in'.

Do Send Anywhere app has access to the Photos app?

If you do not have access to the 'Photos' app in the Send Anywhere app, the received photos and videos are not saved in the Photos app. Go to your device's settings> Send Anywhere> Allow Send Anywhere to access > Photos and select 'Read and write'.

Do you set 'Auto-Save to Camera Roll'?

Even though Send Anywhere app have access to the 'Photos' app, if the received photos and videos are not saved in the Photos app, Go to the top left menu(3 lines icon) > Settings > Receive and make sure if set 'Auto-Save to Camera Roll'.  If it does not set the 'Auto-Save to Camera Roll', the received photos and videos will be saved in the 'File' tab of the 'Send' menu.

If Send Anywhere app have access to the 'Photos' app, you can save the file already saved in the 'File' tab as the 'Photos' app. After selecting a photo or video, tap the [] more button in Send box at the bottom and then click the 'Save to Camera Roll' button. If the file format or codec is not supported by iOS version, 'Save to Camera Roll' button is not displayed.

Do you check if the received photos and videos were saved on the taken date?

All photos and videos are saved at the originally taken date and time. For example, if the photo/video you just received was originally taken on , go to that moment of time in the Photos app.

If you do not know the taken date and time of the received photo/video, go to the 'Album' tab in the Photos app and look for the 'Send Anywhere' folder. All photos and videos downloaded via Send Anywhere app are saved in that folder.

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