Mylio, creator of the simple way to automatically organize, edit, store, and sync your life photos across devices, today announced a limited time offer and powerful alternative for users of the discontinued Apple Aperture photo editor. Mylio offers a free application that supports direct import of the Aperture library while preserving all the ratings, edits, and organization previously performed on Aperture. Mylio is also offering Aperture users an “Independence Day” offer that includes a 20% discount for life when they migrate to a premium Mylio plan by July 4th, 2019.
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With the April 30th announcement that Aperture will no longer be supported on future Apple operating systems, users need a painless transition path that maintains as much of the work they have invested in their library as possible. Mylio addresses this with an Aperture import tool that preserves ratings, edits and file structure users have spent countless hours organizing. Once migrated, Mylio provides users with exciting new features that address frustrations faced by professional and everyday photographers. These include:
Freedom: Seamless photo replication across devices enables users to access, share and work with their entire library on Mac, iOS and Android phones, tablets, and Windows PC’s. For Apple users, this means that your iPad and iPhone become full-functionality partners working seamlessly with your Mac.
Independence: Because photo libraries are automatically managed across multiple devices photographers can edit, organize and manage photos while traveling. This work automatically syncs with your other devices wherever they are located.
Ease-of-Use Features: In addition to the rich rating system, folders and keywords available in Aperture, Mylio adds face recognition, geotag based maps, and a Life Calendar that allows users to organize a lifetime of memories to alleviate searching and hunting for photos across phones, tablets, and computers.
Security: Mylio uniquely automates the process of keeping all photo media safe. Users have the choice of adding one or more cloud services at any time or implementing protection locally. The Mylio Create Plan includes a special offer with any of these Seagate Backup Plus devices.
Mylio CEO David Vaskevitch explained how Mylio wants to help the Aperture community: “We respect the way Aperture blazed a trail and created a foundation that we could innovate on. We also understand the work that goes into creating a curated and organized photo library. For these reasons we are happy that we can provide two immediate solutions for Aperture users: a painless and largely automatic migration path forward, and a modern platform for working with photos across devices that provides the device freedom and independence casual and professional photographers are seeking.”
As people amass vast collections of photographs, they are losing their precious photographic memories to organizational chaos across devices. Mylio is a photo management system that puts all your photos at your fingertips and lets you manage them in a single digital library. That library is synced across multiple devices so you can organize, edit, and share from any device, with the peace of mind that your photos are always with you and protected. Mylio is available on iOS, Android, Windows, and MacOS, making it easy to curate the visual story of your life. Mylio is a free service and offers a premium and max service for photography enthusiasts.