Last Updated on Nov 26, 2020
Here I’m going to show you how to Download, install and Enable Photos Extensions on Mac running macOS Sierra. I Hope, mac users may familiar with this tip, but we want to help for those users who are directly in touch with macOS. As per the Apple allows third-party Extensions supports, appears under the System Preferences. It gives a better user experience than ever before. in short, Big door is open for Photography editors and Photo fans Mac users mean if users not Satisfied via built-in photos tools, then mac users can apply multiple extensions to one photo, or use any combination of third-party editors plus the editing tools built into Photos.
So first of all download, install and then enabled them to use during photos app open on your MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook, and iMac.
Please Note– this written right for macOS Sierra beta version and OS X El Capitan Public. In macOS 10.12 beta App crashing problem would occur.
Download, install and Enable Photos Extensions on Mac – macOS Sierra, OS X EI Capitan
- Step 1. Go to the Mac App Store to Search Best Photo Editors.
- Step 2. Then, install extensions for Photos.
- Step 3. Now, Click on Apple logo appear top-left side Menu bar.
- Step 4. Click on System Preference on Mac. Navigate Extensions and click on it.
Step 5. From the left sidebar, click on Photos/Photos Editing.
Now checkmark next to the apps to enable extensions that you want to use on the Mac Photos app.
Now to Edit photos using third-party extensions, open Photos app, Double-Click on the photo in your library to open Photo in the single view pane. After that click on Edit.
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