MacVoices #19235: Jason Snell Takes Control of Apple's Photos App for Mac, iPhone, and iPad

published 1 month ago by Chuck Joiner

Jason Snell helps you get the most out of Apple’s stock photo apps in the new edition of Take Control of Photos. In this discussion, Jason dives into the power of machine learning, what you can and can’t achieve with Photos on which devices, and names a supplemental app that helps fill in some desirable features. He helps clarify the syncing picture using Apple’s services, talks about the updates to the Photos app on both the desktop and mobile versions, and much more. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high performance cloud hosting and virtual servers for everyone. To take $20 off your first order, visit Linode.com/macvoices and use the offer code “macvoices2019”. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he's doing on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Subscribe to the show: iTunes: - Audio in iTunes - Video in iTunes - HD Video in iTunes Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:  - Audio:  - Video: Donate to MacVoices via Paypal or become a MacVoices Patron. Guests: Jason Snell  is the founder and editor of SixColors. He was the lead editor for Macworld for more than a decade. For a couple of years he also oversaw editorial operations for PCWorld, and launched TechHive and Greenbot. All told he worked for IDG for 17 years and Ziff-Davis for three before that. That adds up to two decades of doing technology journalism and covering Apple at close range. During his time at Macworld, he covered every major Apple product release, including every version of OS X, the iPod, iPhone, and iPad, and much more. He has written breaking news, interviewed executives (including Steve Jobs), reviewed major products, written how-to articles, penned award-winning editorials, shot and edited videos, produced podcasts… you name it. He left IDG in 2014 to start SixColors. He also hosts a wide variety of podcasts, including The Incomparable, Clockwise, and Upgrade. You can follow him on Twitter.  Links: Pixelmator for iOS

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