The Layout of the new Photos app is very similar to that of the iPhone or iPad apps with the same name. This makes your photos easier to navigate via all of your IOS and OS X devices. When viewing your photos in the new app, they all will be organized by what Apple calls Years, Collections, and Moments.
The Years category is great for navigating large amounts of photos by allowing you to go from the beginning to the end of your library via tabs. The Collection category allows you to see larger thumbnail views of your photos that are grouped by date and location information for when the photo was taken. The final category is Moments, where you will see even larger tabs with smaller photo groups. Most of the views and features are somewhat customizable, allowing you to adjust them to your liking.
While the changes to the new Photos application can be somewhat jarring, the new tools seem to be an improvement on the previous iPhoto application. We found it to be easier to navigate and organize our photos, and the ability to seamlessly pair with all of your IOS devices is certainly a welcome feature.
If you’re a Mac user, and you’ve already upgraded to Yosemite, the new Photos app is a great way to manage your photo library. If you already have No Limits Internet, you can use all of the features that iCloud offers for you photo library. If you’re still searching for No Limits Internet in rural Michigan, take a look at our coverage map to see if we offer service in your area.