It’s easy to make high-quality photo books, cards, calendars, framed prints, and more right within Photos for macOS. Third-party project extensions offer an expanded selection of services from partners like Motif, Mimeo, and WhiteWall, letting you create a unique gift for someone special or for yourself.
To transfer Private Photo Vault to your new phone: 1) On your old phone, backup your phone to iTunes by plugging your phone into your computer and launching iTunes. 2) When you get a new phone, restore from the iTunes backup on your old phone. Note: Some users have reported errors in using iCloud to restore data to Private Photo Vault. Photos on Mac features an immersive, dynamic look that showcases your best photos. Find the shots you’re looking for with powerful search options. Organize your collection into albums, or keep your photos organized automatically with smart albums. Perfect your photos and videos with intuitive built-in editing tools, or use your favorite photo. Apps installed from the Mac App Store (as well as most downloaded apps) can simply be trashed. The way developers have to follow guidelines to have their apps approved mean that all their required files have to be within the app. Sure, there’ll be some preference files and temporary cache files, but they won’t be used by any other app.
Just go to the Mac App Store to learn about and download each extension. To start a project, simply select photos, an album, a memory, or even an existing project, and then choose the extension you want to use.
The Photos app for Mac has been designed for the way you take, edit, and share your photos and videos today. Now you can enjoy your entire library across all your devices like never before.