updated 05:54 pm EDT, Thu May 24, 2012
Maintenance release fixes Viewer functionality
Apple on Thursday released a minor maintenance update for its photo-editing software, Aperture. Version 3.2.4 is said to improve stability when operating in Mac OS X Snow Leopard. The update also resolves an issue that sometimes prevented the Viewer from correctly updating after a photo had been modified in an external editor.
The company recently released Aperture 3.2, which brought a wider range of improvements and resolved issues related to iCloud and iOS 5 compatibility, loupe functionality, color profiles and gestures, among other problems.
Aperture 3.2.4 is now available as a free download from the Mac App Store for users running v3.0 or higher. The software carries a $80 price tag for a new purchase.