iPhoto & iMovie need work

Nathan Ingraham at The Verge:

While Apple has made the iPhones typically excellent camera a major selling point since launching the iPhone 4 in 2010, the company has had a much more challenging time cracking the new model of photo and video sharing and editing for iOS. Instead of building apps that focus on quick edits and sharing on the networks your friends use, Apple built miniaturized versions of its desktop software with too many features and overly complicated interfaces.

This year I ditched iPhoto & started using Everpix. Can’t see myself going back unless they build something really compelling.

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