The Photos app inand iPadOS has new viewing and editing tools that make your photos – and videos for the first time – look better than ever. In addition to the new editing tools, the Photos app now takes a more interactive approach to curating your previous photos and videos. Improved search tools give the app a more personal touch. The update for the photo app complements a a ton and the ability to block .
After Use With the new Photos app, one thing is clear: Apple wants you to see photos as an app that you should visit every day to discover old pictures and videos you've almost forgotten. Oh, and there are some fancy new editing tools that you should probably use.
Please note that iOS 13 is still in beta and features can and will be changed before final release this fall. We update this post with the most up to date information we have. If you want, you can test iOS 13 by installing.
Let's take a look at what's new in the Photos app in iOS 13.
photo-editing tools you should be interested in
Apple has updated the tools you use to edit a photo. The new look and layout of the tools requires some adjustments, but should not be too annoying.
When you view a photo that you want to edit, the Edit button is still in the upper-right corner. Selecting Edit opens the default editing tool where you can select automatic adjustments or scroll through various settings such as brightness, brilliance, exposure, and so forth.
To customize one of the options, you can move the bar line to the left or right just below each button.
The filter tool still works the same as in iOS 12, except that you can now adjust the intensity. If you have selected a filter, drag the bar line to the left to reduce the effect of the filter on your photo.
You can not just crop a photo with the Crop tool. You can now also change the perspective of an image, ie you can adjust the viewing angle of the photo. That way, you have complete control over what the image looks like, and it's similar to a popular Instagram tool.
All-New Video Editing Tools
Probably the most notable addition to iOS 13 photos is video editing. I'm not just talking about cropping and saving a clip, but the ability to adjust everything from brightness and exposure to applying a filter or cropping and perspective.
With the real video editing tools now included in the Photos app, you do not have to find a more complicated (and often expensive) video editing tool on the App Store or on your laptop. Instead, you can quickly and easily edit a video in this built-in app that you're probably already familiar with.
The video editing tools work the same way as the photo editing tools. You can only crop the clip on the first screen. The crop tool works the same way: Drag the yellow ends of the video to set the start and end time of the clip you want to save. This is ideal to exclude false starts and unpleasant endings.
Once you've cropped your video, you can customize the overall appearance of your clip, tweak it, and save it to the photo album.
Also, any changes you make to a video are not destructive. So if you add a filter and crop the video, you can go back a few days later and undo everything to decide that you're not satisfied with the changes. The original video is retained.
iOS 13 offers much more than just updates to the Photos app. Be sure to read ourfor the latest information.
Originally published on June 27th.
Update, July 1st.