Featuring an extremely versatile and aesthetically pleasing interface, Lyn delivers an easy to use geotagging technology, image editing and a complete solution for sharing your photographs.

Lyn natively supports all popular image formats like JPEG, TIFF, JPEG 2000, PNG, TGA, RAW, HDR, OpenEXR, PPM, animated GIF and any other image format supported by Mac OS X. It also integrates a movie player to watch camera recordings.

The new editing inspector gives you everything to turn your shots into great photos. Adjust exposure, color temperature, brightness, contrast or reveal image details with highlight and shadow. You can experiment and convert your color photos to black and white, try a classic sepia tone or add a vignette border.

Browser - Four predefined views with user configurable presets

Non-destructive editing - Changes are recorded in special attributes until save

Sharing - Share your images on Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox, SmugMug, 500px and Picasa Web Albums

Compatibility - Explore Aperture, iPhoto and Lightroom libraries

FullScreen - Browse, view, compare images, or start a slideshow with music in a full immersion environment

Metadata - Inspector with extensive informations and IPTC fields' editing

Maps - Geotag your photographs and edit locations with a simple drag and drop

Color Correction - Display images with correct profile and soft-proofing function

Editing - Dedicated inspector for color editing: histogram, exposure, b&w, sepia, vignette, and more

Video - Integrated QuickTime movie player

what's New:

  • New! Added support for Lightroom 5 libraries
  • New! German localization
  • New! Added Exposure Bias column with selector
  • Ability to switch to batch rename window when renaming a single file
  • Fixed iPhoto library connection when no installed
  • Fixed gif animation in thumbnails view
  • Fixed crash parsing Leaf .mos files
  • Fixed: disconnected libraries are not reconnected at next launch
  • Fixed creating movie thumbnail
  • Fixed stepping from movie
  • Fixed field updating in batch functions
  • Fixed wrong pixel size in list view