Photos for Mac

The all new Photos app for Mac, which Apple first announced and showed off at WWDC 2014, is now available as a developer beta, included in OS X 10.10.3.

The new Photos app has been made to replace the current iPhoto software for Mac. Apple has also posted more info on the new Photos app, which will be officially released sometime later this spring. Apple

The beautiful all-new design of the Photos app uses Moments, Collections, and Years views to automatically organize your photos and videos by time and location. With dramatically more screen space devoted to your photos, you can easily scan your entire library at a glance and quickly find the content you're looking for. A new, streamlined toolbar puts the right controls at your fingertips, giving you instant access to the photos you've shared, the albums you've made, and the projects you've created. And you can even use gestures to browse your entire photo collection with just a touch.

Several outlets scored previews and have posted early hands-ons:

The pre-release version of OS X 10.10.3 is also available to download for developers via the Mac Dev Center.

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