TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been a week since we submitted the last software title to Apple‘s Mac App Store. We are obligated to release at least four software titles every month. There’s none so far. What should we do? Actually, we submitted the first software release of the month to Mac App Store 90 minutes ago. This new release is called fotoSeries.
fotoSeries is a Mac desktop application that lets you organize photos with a multi-album viewer. It’s definitely no match to Apple’s iPhoto. Yet, fotoSeries lets you create as many photo albums as you need. It comes with several basic graphic filters such as hue, saturation, brightness, contrast, exposure, gamma, sepia, which you can apply to individual pictures. Save filtered pictures as JPEG, PNG or TIFF images. Use fotoSeries to detect faces on selected photos, which can be saved as PNG images.
- Create as many photo albums as you need.
- Get detailed information on the selected picture like exposure time and GPS coordinates.
- Save selected photo as bordered image with a selection of your color.
- Detect faces on a group of pictures you select. Save face cutouts as PNG images.
- Copy all pictures in the selected photo album into a folder of your selection.
- Apply graphic filters to individual pictures, which you can save as JPEG, PNG or TIFF images.
- Undo and redo changes while applying graphic filters to a picture.
- Run a search within the current photo album. (v. 1.1.0)
- Language: English only.
- The application supports the Retina display.
- The application supports the full screen mode.
- Application file size: 3.9 MB
- The application comes with a complete user’s guide written in English. (Choose Help > User’s Guide.)
- Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9
- 64-bit system
- fotoSeries can only read the following image types: BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPEG 2000, PDF, PNG, PSD, TIFF.
- The user cannot reorder pictures in the photo browser.
Note: Release dates are ones when updates are announced here, not when updates are actually released at Mac App Store. We make no promise that they will be accepted by iTunes Connect and then released at Mac App Store.
1.2.2 (Released on November 19, 2014)
- Fix: The application could fail to read a dragged-and-dropped image if the system language is anything other than English.
- Deprecated methods and functions are fixed.
1.2.0 (Released on May 17, 2014)
- Info toolbar button is redesigned.
- Three buttons under the album list are replaced by one segment control.
- The album list supports contextual menus, allowing the user to rename/delete the selected album.
1.1.3 (Released on October 20, 2013)
- Fix: The Info window did not show the file size of the selected picture.
1.1.2 (Released on October 18, 2013)
- Fix: The application could crash when the user puts it in the fullscreen mode.
1.1.1 (Released on October 8, 2013)
- Show Picture under Picture did not get activated until the user doubled-clicked on a picture once.
1.1.0 (Released on October 7, 2013)
- The View window is redesigned. It’s now put in the scroll view control.
- The (original) View menu is renamed Toolbar.
- The user can now change the scale of the picture in the view window by choosing a scale rate under the (new) View menu.
- The application takes a better approach in applying graphic filters to the current picture in the View window. If the scale of the photo is right, the user should be able to apply graphic filters to it without having a sluggish issue on the graphic filter slider controls.
- A search box appears on the toolbar. The user can now run a search within the current photo album.
- Fix: The application did not employ security-scoped bookmarks properly. The user could lose access to relocated photos.
- Fix: The application did not update the original width and height when the user double-clicked on and opened a picture in the photo browser for the second time.
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fotoSeries is a product of MacHouse.