Apple released Aperture 3.5 on Tuesday after releasing OS X Mavericks for the Mac. The update for the image editing and management app replaced Google Maps with Apple's own Maps for photo location tagging.
Aperture 3.5 improves OS X Mavericks support
The version 3.5 update also added iCloud photo sharing support, the ability to include video in shared streams, support for multiple contributors for photo streams, SmugMug support, and the ability to recognize filters applied to images in iOS 7. It also improved reliability when adding names to faces, improved slideshow stability, fixed several bugs, and more.
Aperture is priced at US$79.99 and is available for download at Apple's Mac App Store. The update is free for version 3 users.