Apple has issued a small update for Aperture, bringing it to version 3.2.2 and fixing an issue related to iCloud's Photo Stream feature.
What's New in Version 3.2.2
This update resolves an issue that could prevent auto-imported Photo Stream images from being displayed in the library after your Photo Stream hits 1,000 images.
The update is recommended for all users of Aperture 3.
Aperture is Apple's prosumer-level photo editing and organization program, comparable to Adobe Lightroom. It is available for $79.99 from the Mac App Store [Direct Link].
The update is live now on the Mac App Store, and should be available soon via Software Update for those users who didn't purchase the software via the Mac App Store.
Top Rated Comments
Sure, it's nice that Apple can show that they still know Aperture exists, but this isn't all that needs fixing/updating here.
Where's the 'Bring it in line with other current DAM/Raw Conversion software'? Aperture users have been patiently waiting for a significant upgrade, while other companies put out more comprehensive versions and overhauls of their equivalent software.
At least a road map or even a hint at an upgrade, and preferably one that doesn't f@%k it up like the mess that was made of FCP.
Aperture 4 would be fine, thanks.