An article on the new Photos application that comes with OS X 10.10.3 in The Associated Press tells us today that this version of the Macs operating system will be available throughout today.
The application has been missing since OS X Yosemite 10.10 was released a few months ago. It is very late, forcing all iPhone or iPad users who want to manage their photos to use the Photos web application on iCloud
That web application, although it works very well, is still very limited in many ways. For example, if we want to download the entire photo library, the names with which it is saved have nothing to do with the originals, and often stop if you have several hundred photos. The browser simply can not with such a huge selection. All this, without counting the general slowness that today means working on a web to manage photos, even with a good connection.
With the native application of OS X 10.10.3 that is supposed to arrive today, Mac users will be able to access all the photos in a much faster and more effective way, being able to manage all of them without problems. For this reason, it is a long-awaited program ... the one that finally replaces iPhoto and that should have been created much earlier. At least, all those who have tried it in the trial versions of OS X 10.10.3 say that the wait was worth it.