CYME updates Peakto photo cataloguer to improve photo ingestion experience

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CYME introduced version 1.10 of its Mac photo cataloger, Peakto, featuring a completely revamped photo ingestion experience allowing the software to connect to photos twice as quickly and perform batch operations for immediate usability. While the application performs seamlessly on the latest Apple chips, CYME has achieved with this release the goal of making Peakto highly responsive on Intel Macs, even when handling large volumes of data.

“During the holiday season, photographers actively dedicate time to cataloging their image collections. It was important for us to meet this deadline and deliver software capable of helping photographers in this task,” said Claudia Zimmer, CEO, CYME. “We’re thrilled to announce that after 9 months of hard work, Peakto is now faster and better than ever before! With a revamped software architecture, Peakto can handle large volumes of photos with lightning speed. Throughout 2023, we’ve also added exciting new features to make the photo cataloging experience even more enjoyable. We take great pride in presenting this achievement as a valuable year-end offering to our esteemed users.”

In Peakto version 1.10, users can process a catalog of 12,000 photos in just 4 minutes and 30 seconds, compared to the previous 9 minutes and 30 seconds. Peakto is designed to efficiently handle even larger photo catalogs, including those exceeding 100,000 photos.

Peakto consolidates a photographer’s entire image collection into a single, unified interface. Whether captured with an iPhone or a dedicated camera, stored within a photo editing software catalog or a regular folder, Peakto provides access to the photographer’s entire image library. Peakto is a software for macOS, available by subscription or one-time purchase on and on the Mac App Store. Peakto can be tested for free for 15 days (no credit card required on Peakto is available on a monthly plan at $9.99/month; a yearly plan at $59.99/year; or for a one-time purchase of $189.

In other news, CYME’s FindMySnap application is now on Mac. Already available on iPhone and iPad, this application is designed to locate any image based on descriptions provided, thanks to image recognition technology. When connected to Apple Photos, FindMySnap helps users find their way around their photos effortlessly, thanks to Artificial Intelligence that identifies the desired image or suggests thematic selections (featuring over 1000 original themes for photo categorization), the company says.