Apple updates iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand for iOS
Mobile multimedia workers of the world unite behind these iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand for iOS updates that Apple released on May Day. Should we storm the Bastille or perhaps storm Apple’s spaceship headquarters (once it’s built)?
If you’re looking for lighter and fart apps, try the Android Marketplace or Zune World or whatever Microsoft’s Selling4Sure this week — these are real content creation apps for people that work for a living:
• Copy Link button when publishing a journal to iCloud now works
• Addresses an issue that could cause duplicate photos to appear in Photos view
• Includes stability improvements
• Adds the ability to access Help when editing a project on iPad
• Resolves an issue where the incorrect frame was shown after splitting a clip
• Fixes an issue that could lead to crashing or missing songs when sharing to iCloud
• Resolves an error when logging into SoundCloud using a Facebook account
• Addresses minor issues related to performance and stability
Of course, these are all free updates for registered users. You can pick up your very own copies of iPhoto, iMovie and Garage for iPhone and iPad for $4.99 each, which is pretty reasonable as these things go.