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Apple Aperture 3

Apple Aperture 3
alaScore 82

28 reviews

Mar, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews of Apple Aperture 3. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other iPod Docking Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other iPod Docking Speakers the Apple Aperture 3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 28 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

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Edtior's Choice!

Expert review by: Zack Stern (

Apple Aperture 3


Last year, photographers interested in Apple's software had to choosebetween Aperture, a pro-level image organizer and editor, and itsfarm-club counterpart, iPhoto '09. It was a tough decision becausepower users needed the editing tools in Aperture but...

New editing tools, including Brushes, let photographers do everything within Aperture. Places feature displays images on maps and lets you search by location. Many useful updates and additions. Takes advantage of 64-bit hardware. Overhauled slideshow...

Brief slowdown can sometimes happen even on powerful Macs. Faces feature can also be sluggish

With these great new editing tools, many pros won't need to open Photoshop. And intermediate users will be able to do what they want without getting lost in the deep feature set--and can learn new photo-editing techniques without feeling intimidated.

Mar, 2010

Expert review by: Caroline Thompson (

Apple Aperture 3 Review


Apple Aperture 3 is a great application for those who do not want to learn complicated photo editing techniques. Aperture 3's new features make editing easy for the amateur photographer at a reasonable price. Learn more about what this software has to...

This is great application for the consumer who does not want to pay the high-ticket price of Photoshop or take the time to learn the complex functions. Aperture 3 is easy to use, has a nice looking interface and works seamlessly with Web applications...

May, 2011

Expert review by: Seth Lospe (

Apple Aperture 3 - Looking Good


It's only the first time I've the Apple Aperture, but I find it very easy. The software is almost the same as Adobe Lightroom, which I am familiar with and have used several times. If you're curious about the latest update on Apple's photo management...

Lots of fun and playful features

Features need further improvement ; limited to Mac OS

I find Aperture 3 extremely useful, though not as advanced when it comes to cameras' technical compatibility. The software is fun, convenient, and easy to use. There are a lot of playful features like the Slideshow, Book, Web Page and Web Journal, and...

Jun, 2010

Expert review by: Rod Lawton (

Apple Aperture 3 review


Apple's serious photo app feels like 'iPhoto Pro'

Unified library formats ; Some improved tools ; New Auto Enhance tool

Uninspiring grey interface

Jul, 2013

Expert review by: Andrew Harrison (

Apple Aperture 3 review


When Apple updated its popular iPhoto app last year, Aperture 2, the company's professional photo editor, started to look almost left behind.

Apple Aperture 3 now craftily straddles the divide between heavyweight professional productivity and consumer photo browser. There’s still that powerful indexing and manipulation we saw in Aperture 2; but now with better social skills, whether finding...

Mar, 2010

EISA Award - Best Product

Expert review by: EISA (

European Photo Software 2010-2011 - Apple Aperture 3


Apple Aperture 3 is a winner when it comes to organising your pictures in a smart and effective way. Thanks to face detection and GPS tagging, this software package makes it very easy to index, sort and retrieve your photographs by searching for the...

Jun, 2010

Expert review by: Matt Tuffin (

Apple Aperture 3


The impressive return of Apple's organisation and editing program

Impressive powerful and simple to use

Overly simplistic in places for advanced users

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: Sam Hampton-Smith (

Apple Aperture 3 review


Aperture 3 continues where the previous version left off: it wants to be the shoe box under your bed used to store all your photos, but at the same time it seeks to be your one-stop processing lab.

Heaps of new features. Big performance improvements. Better for professionals and consumers equally

Little reason to tempt amateurs away from iPhoto

May, 2010

Expert review by: Russ Juskalian (

Apple Aperture 3


Image editing and organisation software

Apple has finally updated its pro photo management app, Aperture, to version 3, and there's something in this new release for every level of photographer (as long as you use a Mac, there is no Windows version) - Apple says Aperture has over 200 new...

Apr, 2010

Expert review by: (

Apple Aperture 3 review


Earlier versions of Apple Aperture were aimed at the more experienced photographer. V3, however, is more consumer friendly, like a upmarket Apple iPhoto

Faces and Places are welcome additions to already powerful organisational capabilities; Non-destructive adjustment brushes to apply effects selectively; Full screen mode much more usable; Excellent photobook design and slideshow modules

Most new features already on offer in iPhoto or Adobe Lightroom

Mar, 2010