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Four popular Macphun photo editing tools updated to become El Capitan Photos for Mac editing extensions

There are very few photos that are taken for reviews here at Apple World Today that don’t get at least some editing done, and Macphun’s Noiseless ($14.99), Tonality ($17.99), Intensify ($14.99) and Snapheal ($14.99) are some of the apps we use to make the photos the best they can be. Today, Macphun announced that these four applications have been updated to become Photos for Mac editing extensions once OS X El Capitan is released. 

As Macphun pointed out, Photos replaced iPhoto and Aperture, and with the addition of these four powerful tools to Photos, it’s finally able to provide “pro photo editing power on a part with Aperture.” Here’s a video of Snapheal — which is used to remove objects and spots from photos — in use as an extension:

Other videos are available showing Tonality (black and white photo editing), Noiseless (noise and grain reduction) and Intensify working as Photos extensions. We’ll hopefully hear more about the release date for OS X El Capitan tomorrow, so this is a very timely announcement. 

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