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New Apple Photos on Mac OS X and iPad Rocks! (Podcast 681)

Apple Photos with iPadOS and Mac OS X Catalina is now so good I've deleted my iPad Portfolio app and saved a bunch of disk space at the same time. Check it out!

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  • Paulo Silva
    Posted at 00:45h, 25 October Reply

    Hi Martin.
    Thanks again for your posts. We are always learning something every day. I actually use Photos app in OS mojave and it’s been my “portfolio”viewer for a while and I love it. One note for your information, in your text “My only regret is that I don’t have many countries such as India, China and Australia geotagged, or Spain and Greece for that matter…” You can approximately geo tag your older photos in Photos app by referring them to the map location in the tab Information. You write down the city, place where you taken the photo and that’s it. The you refine the location by dragging the flag.
    Best regards
    Paulo Silva

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 07:51h, 25 October Reply

      Hi Paulo,

      Thanks for the comment. I have been using Photos for my portfolio albums for a while now too, but now it’s gotten so good that I’ve deleted the Portfolio app. Apple Photos is now my first choice. 🙂

      That’s a great point about tagging my older photos. I used to do that for some locations but didn’t really think of doing it in Photos. I’ll have a look at tagging at least a few of the main shots so that they appear on the map. Thanks for the pointer!


  • Joel H. Kleiner
    Posted at 12:33h, 26 October Reply

    Thank you Martin. Very informative review. I always love to learn. Your information is invaluable.

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 11:51h, 27 October Reply

      Hi Joel,

      Thanks for the comment. I’m pleased you found this useful.


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