The Photos app is probably the most used app on the Mac. (It’s the app most people ask about in our Mac 911 column.) So new features that make Photos better to use are always a good thing. . Choose from existing albums on your iPhone/iPad as transfer destination or create new albums/folders. Automatic album creation on your iOS device based on the folder names on your Mac. Direct transfer from the macOS Photos App to your iPhone/iPad (Share Sheet Support) Highlights:. Safe & secure. Now, open the Photos App on your Mac (in case it is not already open). In the Photos App, select your Android Phone in the left-pane under “Devices” section. In the right-pane, select the destination for Imported Photos and click on Import All New Photos button.
Photos is installed by macOS, like Mail and Calendar, as Larry said. The Photos.app is just a wrapper with calls to system services. That is why the application is so amazingly small, lee than 60 MB, just the size of a large RAW file.
Reinstalling Photos can help, if the problem is system wide and not just happens for your current library or only in your own user account.
To test this, launch Photos from a different user account (see this help page: Isolating an issue by using another user account). If Photos is working perfectly when launched from the Guest User account, the problem is restricted to your current account and trashing plist files or caches, or containers can help, unless your current library is causing the problem. Test with a new test library as well, if Photos is working on a new Photos Library. (https://help.apple.com/photos/mac/1.2/?lang=en#/pht6d60b524)