Hello iPhoto for iPad & iPhone - Saied G

Hello iPhoto for iPad & iPhone

By Saied G

  • Release Date: 2012-03-21
  • Genre: Digital Media
Score: 3
3
From 61 Ratings

Description

Introducing Hello iPhoto for iPad & iPhone - "the manual," reinvented with iBooks. Hello iPhoto interactively guides you through all the features of iPhoto. With over 200 screenshots, you're going to get an in-depth look at iPhoto and so many cool and hidden features.
Hello iPhoto for iPad & iPhone features "Tap to Learn." Just tap what you're intrigued by and Hello iPhoto will teach it to you. While you're in a lesson, you'll notice magnifying bubbles in many screenshots so you'll never have to guess where the button or feature is that you're reading about.
You'll learn about iTunes to sync your photos. You'll also learn about iPhoto for the Mac. This includes importing and organizing photos, and using Faces (face recognition) to organize your family and friends automatically.
This is the beginning of our Hello series. Say tuned.
Please feel free to follow us at facebook.com/ItsAboutTime and twitter.com/ItsAboutTime.

Reviews

  • Very Poor Navigation

    1
    By Pacific Nick
    Nothing in here you won't learn from the ToolTips in the App. Also, the navigation in the app is very poor, it's never clear how many pages into a section you are, and once you're at page 16/16 for example, you have to swipe all the way back to 1/16 to get out of that module. Needs work..
  • Downloaded to my iPad

    4
    By nomtrwt
    Will not even show up on my iPhone 4s
  • Just rehashing the tooltips

    2
    By estesbubba
    Expected a lot more than just saying what the tooltips do. From a long time Photoshop user I wanted details on editing beyond the basics. Can I saturate just yellow? What does preserve skin tones do? If you already know about photo editing then this book won't help you. If you don't know the basics about photo editing then this won't help you much either. The navigation in this book is terrible. A lot of places say "tap almost anywhere to navigate". The problem is you can tap a lot of places and it does nothing, even places that seem obvious. 2 stars because the author seems enthusiastic but the book is really lacking.

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