Duplicate Cleaner For iPhoto
Developer: Systweak Software
Current Version: 1.14.2
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Download Size: 8.3 MB - Download
Make your iPhoto or Photos library Slimmer and Faster!!
Duplicate Cleaner For iPhoto, a nifty little app, is designed to deal with duplicate photos and videos in your iPhoto or Photos App. It makes the task of finding and removing duplicates in iPhoto significantly easier. It moves all duplicates to iPhoto trash. So it’s safer than ever to remove duplicates.
• Scans your iPhoto or Photos Library for duplicate photos
• Finds duplicate videos as well
• Finds edited copies of photos as well
• Finds all duplicates in a blink of an eye
• Displays multiple copies of same item clusters together in a group
• Automatically keeps one copy safe in each group.
• Can remove all found duplicates in a click
• Completely safe duplicate deletion – moves duplicates in iPhoto Trash
• Can clean Trash to recover your wasted disk space
How Duplicate Cleaner For iPhoto helps you:
• Makes it easy for you to manage your thousands of photos in iPhoto more effectively
• Quickly searches duplicates in your iPhoto, saving you a lot of time
• Allows you to remove all your duplicate photos and videos just in a click, making your iPhoto slimmer and faster!
• Helps you recover substantial amount of disk space (depending on the size of duplicate photos and videos)
Find and remove duplicates with Duplicate Cleaner For iPhoto today. Enjoy your new slimmer, fast iPhoto or Photos library!
Bug fixes and few improvements.
Most Helpful Reviews
Amazing - I am usually skeptical of these types of apps, especially free ones, but after reading the reviews I decided to give it a try. It was extremely easy to use and worked PERFECTLY on the very first try. It scanned 5000 photos in about 10 seconds. I was able to remove 870 photos and save 1.78GB of space in less than 5 minutes. The app does a fantastic job of showing you what is a duplicate and what will be deleted. It even uses a double confirmation sequence to make you feel at ease about deleting your precious photos. Nice job on this app guys!
Terrible! All of my events are gone; photos are in one big BRICK! - If I could give this program - and company - minus stars, I would. It stripped all of my event header information, all descriptions, and lumped all of the nearly 5,000 photos into a single event. I called the support line immediately, and after they poked around remotely in my Mac, they blamed the problem on my machine rather than their program, and proceeded to try to charge me nearly $500 for a “support contract.” I declined. He negotiated downward, finally asking me how much I would be willing to pay. My answer - zero. They caused the problem, they should have fixed it. We did not agree on terms. The Mac had no issues that should have impacted this application; this was inexcusable. When I quesioned the integrity of their software, the representative became unreaonably irate and huffy, claiming that their company produced the “best and most popular apps” in the Apple store. I never, ever received a simple apology. I’m now tasked with many, many HOURS - if not days - of very tedious work. To add insult to injury? The event header that the app lumped all of the photos into was of a favorite cat that I’d had to euthanize. I’d find another app NOT provided by Systweak; I’d recommend iPhoto Library Manager.
More Reviews for Current Version
HEED THE WARNINGS OR WEEP! - Yep, sure enough, all the dates, locations and album divisions were removed from all my images in the photo program when I used this duplicate cleaning app. Not sure yet if the files were scattered but from a cursory look they don’t seem to be. I called tech support and the robot woman who answered could only say “ma'am, the license for this product is to remove all the duplicate photos on your computer” and couldn’t or wouldn't engage in a discussion about the problem of missing information or potential solutions; evidently, there are none. It seem the the producer of this app is aware of this probelm and has developed this canned answer. Perhaps I can rebuild the deleted infomation by checking the meta data on groups of photos. BE FOREWARNED!!
Beware of Scam! - I downloaded this app today and it immediately “recommended” I upgrade to Duplicate Photos Fixer Pro for 99 cents, so I did because I have thousands of photos. I However, it would not let me drag & drop photos in for scanning like it directed, and I had trouble determining the correct library, so I called Customer Support. SCARY! The guy immediately wanted to screenshare and HE controlled the cursor, which Apple never does. Dove in to my Terminal and started telling me about all the problems my computer had and typing up a list of things his support could do that would make my computer run faster for “only” $199/ year etc. I got off the phone pronto and called Apple Support. BEWARE!
talks the talk but does nothing - What it actually does is find duplicate pictures and create a new album to copy them to. When you delete pictures from an album it removes them from the album not the library. So in whole a useless application. I did not bother with “pro” or the help line since my experience without either of them was exactly the same as other reviewers who did use those resources.
Really simple and impressively fast - After some sort of fiasco with iCloud making three copies of nearly half my photo album, I found this app references on a forum. It was shockingly easy to use and quickly identified thousands of duplicates in under 60 seconds. But here's the thing I really like - unlike a couple other utilities I tried, this does not edit your library directly. Instead, it creates an album with all the duplicates, and then you can delete or review them. Very clever, and less prone to errors and library corruption. I HIGHLY recommend you try this - you literally have nothing to lose since there is no path that leads to a corrupt library or inadvertently lost data.
AVOID THIS APP! - The App went through my photos and changed the dates of some so that they no longer appear grouped by date when I select “Photos” from the iphoto left-hand menu. So some of my son’s birthday pictures which should be in, say, Feb 2015 are now scattered throughout 2015 so that I can’t find them all at once under the same date. Inexplicably, the date in the photo data itself (found via get info) has been changed. The customer service (clearly a foreign-based phone bank - - I could hardly hear because of the background chatter of other operators on other phones) wanted me to allow them to link into my computer to review “whether there is something wrong with my hard drive” or the software itself. No way would I give a stranger access to my computer. Check out the reviews for the pro version - - seems like a scam they use to try to sell you “hardware improvements” once you allow them into your computer. I’d say this app is a disaster, and I’m not sure why it has 4.5 stars. Big risk. I so wish I had just lived with the duplicates and never run this.