Now, Apple has indeed confirmed that Aperture, a suite of tools meant to tweak and edit photographs on a Mac, will be getting the boot once “Photos for OS X” launches “this Spring]2015.” Once the new Photos app launches, which has already seen a beta release alongside the launch of OS X 10.10.3 for developers, Aperture will no longer be able to be purchased from the Mac App Store. So it’s a sad news for all the Aperture app users.
The same disclosure has been presented on Apple’s official app papge of Aperture within the Mac App Store, which was originally noted by MacGeneration. Once the app has been pulled from the Mac App Store, which could be coming soon, customers will not be able to download the app from therein. However, individuals who have already purchased Aperture will be able to re-download the Mac app if they need to, as it will be listed in the “Purchased” tab within the digital storefront. You can still keep using the app if you have already downloaded. If you want to keep using it after it gets deleted from the App store, then you should copy the app into your hard drive, later on you can install it if you ever remove it or reinstall your OS X.
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