Snapselect
Snapselect
1.3.0

4.6

Snapselect free download for Mac

Snapselect

1.3.0
14 August 2015

Discover best photos, eliminate duplicates.

Overview

Snapselect saves you time and helps to manage photos in the new smart way. Easily discover your best images, quickly eliminate similar photos and duplicates, save disk space and make your photo life easier! It works flawlessly with iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom, any folder and any external drive, including camera SD cards.

What's new in Snapselect

Version 1.3.0:
  • Photos for Mac support.
  • Speed and performance improvements.
  • Improved sharing to Facebook.
  • Improved sharing to Snapheal for Mac.
  • Improved speed and performance with the latest Macbooks and Mac Pro.

7 Snapselect Reviews

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Steven-Goodheart
23 January 2015

Most helpful

I've watched all the videos at the site, and read many glowing reports at the Apple Store, but I have not been able to ascertain exactly how SnapSelect interfaces/interacts with iPhoto (or Aperture) in terms of your "deleting/discarding" files you've chosen from an iPhoto library. I did see that you could *import* a group of selected files from an iPhoto library you created in SnapSelect, which is great. But what about those "discards?" I know that you can't remove images behind iPhotos back, so to speak, or you mess up the indexing big time. Can the developers tell me what SnapSelect does with images you "discard" while in SnapSelect? Does it modify the iPhoto library so that what you throw out in SnapSelect also gets removed from iPhoto too? Or what? Or does it tag those "discarded" files in some way so you can then find them in iPhoto and delete them their? I like the idea of "pruning" my iPhoto libraries of dupes and bad images with SnapSelects terrific interface, but I need to understand how "deleting" or "discarding" works with and affects iPhoto. (I hope I've been able to articulate my question well enough to be understood.) Thanks, to anyone, who can help here.
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Version 1.1.1
Filp
11 July 2015
A lot of apps out there to track down duplicates. What's valuable about Snapselect is that it identifies similars. With input from two cameras — often taking several quick-sequence shots — and copies from friends and relatives, we can end up with a dozen almost-but-not-quite identical shots. Snapselect lets us collect those and toss the inferior versions. A big help in cleaning up the collection.
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Version 1.2.0
Frankof
26 May 2015
This is actually a nice program, and does what it say it can do. I have only one "problem" that I found when using the program on a quite big folder in my Aperture library. Even though I did not make any real changes, only flag some of the images, SnapSelect apparently "touched" all the pictures in the folder in a way that they had to be uploaded again onto my TimeCapsule through TimeMachine, and also to my online backup at Crashplan's. In my case that was a whopping 6GB - basically needlessly wasted space on my backup volume, and several hours of upload to Crashplan in which my not-so-fast internet connection became even slower. This really should not happen.
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Version 1.2.0
1 answer(s)
Alina-(Macphun-Team)
Alina-(Macphun-Team)
27 November 2015
Thanks for the comment and feedback. Appreciate that. And if you have any questions about the app feel free to contact our support team via support@macphun.com.
Cheers:)
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Bigdave56
14 May 2015
Like the layout and the interface, and seems to detect dupes reliably, but I have had fairly significant stability issues. Have two folders that the app crashes repeatedly on. No problem with the other apps I operate on these folders with. One folder contains video as well as still photos but the other is purely photos. They are big folders (+/- 20K pics), but still... Giving 2.5 stars on potential, otherwise I'd give it 2 due to the stability problems.
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Version 1.2.0
1 answer(s)
Alina-(Macphun-Team)
Alina-(Macphun-Team)
27 November 2015
In case you still have this issue - do not hesitate to contact us via support@macphun.com.

Thanks!
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Alex-(Macphun-Team)
27 March 2015
Hey all, this is Alex from Macphun. To update the App Store app you should go to the Mac App Store and get a free update. But for those who have got Snapselect outside the Mac App Store, the version should update automatically. It may not happen immediately. Let me know if you feel you wait too long, and I will send you an App Store version (but keep in mind I have a limited number of those:)... Stay cool.
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Version 1.2.0
4 answer(s)
deckerweb
deckerweb
30 March 2015
I have the app from the "StackSocial" Bundle, my version is 1.1.2 -- no update yet. Checked a lot of times already...
Thanks for any help!
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abchusainxyz
abchusainxyz
10 April 2015
Any update for those who bought outside App Store (I bought from Creatable bundle Jan 2015) but still in version 1.1.0.
Thanks
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priesterschrift
priesterschrift
02 May 2015
I can't update. Can you help me?
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Alex-(Macphun-Team)
Alex-(Macphun-Team)
05 May 2015
Hey all, we've made Snapselect free for a limited time on the Mac App Store, so you can download the App Store version and enjoy all the benefits.
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G-Tarek
13 March 2015
Hi,
No way to download I just bought it today in bundle Purchase, the developer homepage sent me to AppStore, please fix this
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Version 1.1.1
1 answer(s)
Alex-(Macphun-Team)
Alex-(Macphun-Team)
27 March 2015
Hold on. If you have downloaded it from the Bundle, you won't be able to get it from the Mac App Store. The Non-App Store version will be automatically updated soon.
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mikokim
09 February 2015
It's not half bad; I'm using it standalone (without iPhoto/Lightroom) and it does a good job (for the most part). They currently run a promo: half off on the Mac App Store. They also run another promo: on their blog of Feb 4, they write "FANTASTIC offer. For the next two weeks, we will give away a free copy of the Picture Collage Maker 3 (regular price - $19.99) to anyone who has Snapselect!" Well, I have Snapselect, bought it on January 25. I emailed them for my free copy, but they declined and stated, this only applies to purchases made AFTER February 4; nowhere on their blog does it say so. Pretty lame — takes the "phun" out of Mac.
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Version 1.1.1
2 answer(s)
Alex-(Macphun-Team)
Alex-(Macphun-Team)
27 March 2015
You've still got the free app eventually, right?
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mikokim
mikokim
27 March 2015
Hi Alex, yes indeed I did; thanks to your help. My bad for not updating the comment.
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Steven-Goodheart
23 January 2015
I've watched all the videos at the site, and read many glowing reports at the Apple Store, but I have not been able to ascertain exactly how SnapSelect interfaces/interacts with iPhoto (or Aperture) in terms of your "deleting/discarding" files you've chosen from an iPhoto library. I did see that you could *import* a group of selected files from an iPhoto library you created in SnapSelect, which is great. But what about those "discards?" I know that you can't remove images behind iPhotos back, so to speak, or you mess up the indexing big time. Can the developers tell me what SnapSelect does with images you "discard" while in SnapSelect? Does it modify the iPhoto library so that what you throw out in SnapSelect also gets removed from iPhoto too? Or what? Or does it tag those "discarded" files in some way so you can then find them in iPhoto and delete them their? I like the idea of "pruning" my iPhoto libraries of dupes and bad images with SnapSelects terrific interface, but I need to understand how "deleting" or "discarding" works with and affects iPhoto. (I hope I've been able to articulate my question well enough to be understood.) Thanks, to anyone, who can help here.
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Version 1.1.1
2 answer(s)
Ruyven
Ruyven
16 February 2015
With the new price drop (now $9.99 at the app store) I decided to give it a try. It works really well with iPhoto! It actually puts discarded files in the iPhoto trash, and flags picked files.
I just found this info in their FAQ, too:
http://macphun.com/getstarted/snapselect/qa
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Alex-(Macphun-Team)
Alex-(Macphun-Team)
27 March 2015
Hey Steven, have you figured out how it works? If not, you can email at support@macphun.com and they will help you out really fast. And sorry for a late notice, man.
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  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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