Mylio Releases Version 1.6 With Updates

Posted Jan. 22nd, 2016 by Daniel J. Cox

Mylio releases version 1.6 with updates. For all  you folks looking for another option in the world of photography software you might want to give Mylio a look. I’ve been working with Mylio for almost a year now and it just keeps getting better and better. You can read some of my Mylio blog posts here. It’s really astonishing how much these guys and gals are doing with such a small team.

Matt, Raiza and Neo in the Mylio Control Center solving the worlds Mylio problems one call at a time. Settle, Washington.

Matt, Raiza and Neo in the Mylio Control Center solving the world’s Mylio problems one call at a time. Settle, Washington

The last release they gave us a watermarking tool (examples on the images in this post), and in this release, version 1.6, along with some bug fixes and additional tools to keep track of which files are protected, Mylio now has the ability to find faces in your photographs. Many serious photographers don’t see a need for this tool, but I used it a great deal when I was using Aperture. For the casual shooter, many want the Face recognition tool to highlight friends and family. Now it’s part of the Mylio package.

Captain Cool, Mylio software engineering guru JP Duplessis working his Mylio magic on his Mac keyboard. Mylio headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

Captain Cool, Mylio software engineering guru JP Duplessis working his Mylio magic on his Mac keyboard. Mylio headquarters in Seattle, Washington

Mylio’s best feature is the ability to sync your photos across all your devices. As long as you have hard drives large enough, you can keep backups on all your digital computers or gadgets. Here in our office, we have two machines with all my files on them and one Mac Mini at home with the same files.

Mylio backs them all up without me having to do it. It’s hard to believe how magically it works. If you haven’t given it a try you should. It’s free for 30 days and there is nobody in the photo software business working harder than the folks at Mylio to make things happen. Get your free trial here and take a look for yourself. These guys need our support and for many people this software will do all they need. I for one don’t do a lot of post processing so Mylio is a welcome tool.

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  1. Peter RowlandOn Mar. 20th, 2016

    I had never heard of Mylio before, but am super glad you posted this. This looks like just what I have been looking for to sync images between home, work and travel. I also like the idea of just syncing what you want (up to 25 Gb), and not needing to do the whole catalog. Going to be checking this out for sure.

    Thanks Daniel.

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