According to The Loop, iPhoto for iPad and iPhone has seen more than 1 million users take advantage of the new photo app. And it’s users, not downloads and it all happened within 10 days after its debut on the App Store.
The universal app runs on iPad 2 and the new iPad (retina) as well as the iPhone 4 and 4s and integrates Multi-Touch that we’ve all grown to known and love. Users can browse, edit, and share their photos from their devices. Combine it with iCloud and they can share photo journals as well.
One thing that it does very well is the ability to swipe through photos quickly, find the favorites and then edit color and and exposure, crop, straighten, and retouch images. Enhance pictures by adding beautiful, Apple-designed effects with just a tap. Or use fingertip brushes to apply adjustments.
In addition to posting photos to Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter, users can beam photos between their iPhone and iPad, stream photos and slideshows to their Apple TV with AirPlay, and use iCloud to publish photo journals to the web to share their stories with friends and family in a whole new way.
iPhoto is definitely worth every penny.