Fortunately, PowerPhotos 1.1 is here – the app is a piece of software that somehow eases the intricacies involved in dealing with the revamped Photos app. We’re sure you’re still having some navigation-related trouble with the Photos app – in this case, the PowerPhotos app may be a great option for you. PowerPhotos allows you to break up your Photos.app images among multiple Photos libraries, rather than having to store all of them in one giant library. You can easily switch between libraries, or just browse the photos in your libraries directly from PowerPhotos, without having to open each library in Photos. PowerPhotos is the year-end sponsor at MacSparky. While Apple continues to make incremental progress with Photos, the power tools are forever absent. PowerPhotos is the app you need to manage your extensive photo library. With PowerPhotos, you can manage images across multiple libraries. PowerPhotos is the ultimate toolbox for working with Apple’s Photos app for Mac. If you have photos scattered across multiple libraries that you want to merge together, have a library that you want to split up because it’s gotten too large, or just want to get rid of duplicate photos, PowerPhotos can help you get your photo collection back. PowerPhotos interface. I’ve been taking digital photos for nearly two decades and have managed my photo collection in Apple’s Photos (formerly iPhoto) app for most of that time.
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PowerPhotos is the ultimate toolbox for working with Apple’s Photos app for Mac. If you have photos scattered across multiple libraries that you want to merge together, have a library that you want to split up because it’s gotten too large, or just want to get rid of duplicate photos, PowerPhotos can help you get your photo collection back in order.
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PowerPhotos allows you to work with multiple Photos libraries and store them wherever you want. Or merge multiple libraries back together while weeding out duplicates along the way. PowerPhotos also features a powerful duplicate photo finder, a browser to let you see your photos without even opening up Photos itself, a multi-library search feature, and more.
You can try PowerPhotos today by downloading a free copy from the Fat Cat Software website. Six Colors readers can use offer code SIXCOLORS20 to receive 20% off a license that will allow unlimited copying, merging, and duplicate finding.