Apple devoted a fair portion of its March 7 event to explaining and demoing its latest application, iPhoto for iOS. This photo managing app is cool because it combines all of the best aspects of the desktop application with a bunch of awesome, new features built for iOS. Apple has really been talking up the app, and it seems it payed off.
In a statement to The Loop, Apple reported on Wednesday that it had sold 1 million individual copies of iPhoto for iOS in the first app’s 1o days on sale. For those keeping track, the iPhoto app costs $4.99 in the App Store, so this one application has raked in a cool $5 million for Apple. Not too shabby.
I’ve been using the app for a few days now, and while it does offer some cool effects, it’s not really the revolutionary, amazing application that Apple claimed it was. It would be cool if it could replace the Photos application on my iPad, but it simply isn’t intuitive or quick enough to beat the stock Photos app.
Have any of you tested this app out? What do you think of it?
Via: 9to5 Mac