Apple Aperture 3 Trial Closed – Free & Paid versions for download
Apple Aperture combines the control and speed pros want for demanding photo tasks with the easy learning curve iPhoto users need to step up to an advanced photo tool. It has been fully optimized for the Retina display on the new MacBook Pro, with the Aperture you can organize by faces, places or any way you want.
Some of the features includes the ability to add effects, enhancement precision brushes and ability to export to other locations. I particularly love the feature that allows comparison of two images side by side and also the full screen feature that enhances the multimedia and slideshow function.
Apple Aperture was released a trial version late 2013, according to Apple it was released to all Mac users; even to pirates. The release was a fix and it was not a bug as speculated. However, shortly after the release the trial was closed, I do not know if the previous key and the source file will still work. The aperture trial however gave a lot of Mac users the opportunity to update their system. Other products from Apple available for free upgrade included the iWork, iPhoto, GarageBand and other iLife suites.
What was shocking was that Apple allowed anyone with a trial or pirated version to upgrade to the full and genuine version. The Update to the latest version of Aperture can be gotten by visiting the Aperture Downloads page.
System Requirement for Aperture
- Mac computer with an Intel i3 processor (or faster)
- 4GB of RAM
- Mac OS X v10.9 (or later)
It works on any of the following Intel-based Mac computers with Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor:
- Mac Pro
- MacBook Pro
- MacBook Air
- Mac mini
Before installing the full version of the Aperture, you will need to delete the trial version from your system. Apple Aperture is a must have for photo lovers who would love to edit and create photo prints.