iPhoto For iOS Now Available In The App Store For $5


  • Jonathan Ober

    front facing camera iDevices only. So no iPad 1. :(

  • Connor Mulcahey

    I wish that once you download this it would delete your photos app, I don’t see a point in having both

  • Matthew Tureck

    What, Why? The original iPad has the same processing power as the iPhone 4, and it works there.

  • Jonathan Ober

    My guess is because of the way the app works. It’s the same as iMovie not working on older iPads except through the jailbreak/hack method. Kind of sucks since the bigger screen makes sense also iPad 1 had less ram didn’t it?

  • Ilia Stark

    Just downloaded Imovie to my IPAD 1,works fine

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  • Eduardo

    I can’t find this app on the app store. I have an iPod touch 4th generation.

  • Killer_Kadoogan

    I just did it too. Just buy it and install in the normal way. I had already purchased it for my iPhone so didn’t have to do the buy part of the process. I don’t know when they started letting you install on an iPad 1 (I assume it was yesterday’s update). All I have done so far is check it starts up. Haven’t had time to do anything else to see how it actually runs on the device. Seems strange to allow you to run iMovie on an iPad 1 and not iPhoto though.

  • ctt1wbw

     I’ve tried installing from my MacBook and via iTunes from the iPad and it still won’t let me…

  • Killer_Kadoogan

    Not sure why it won’t work for you then. Have you updated to iOS 5.1? It may require you to do that. I installed it directly from the App Store on the iPad. Just worked like any other app. I note that in the ‘what’s new’ section they say the new trailer function is available only on the ‘iPhone 4 or later and iPad 2 or later’. It would be strange to say it that way if you needed an iPad 2 to run the whole app. Not sure what else to suggest to help you. Hope you get it figured out!