We take more and more images.
They are scattered across many hard drives, clouds and editing apps.
Peakto searches through all of them and magically organizes them thanks to AI.
Fellow photographers who use Peakto have something to tell you
“Finally! Your entire digital catalog in one place with Peakto… It’s nothing short of amazing.” Derrick Story Photojournalist for 20 years
Instant access to all your photos in one place
Centralized search with very accurate filters
Rely on AI to automatically sorts your photos
Create & export albums for print and sharing
Open your photos in their original editing app in one click
Keep access to your photo even on offline drive or old app like Aperture
Today your photos are well organized files in folders and applications.
Take it to the next level by viewing all your photos from anywhere in a dedicated interface.
Keep your organization. Peakto reproduces the structure of your collections and manages your photos through a delightful interface.
No time to annotate and sort your photos?
Thanks to Peakto, you can:
Without creating copies, Peakto allows you to create albums from different sources and sort your photos thanks to AI.
12 filters available to search through all your images (Camera model, Camera lens, Location…).
Navigate through previews, not duplicated files.
Peakto recognizes images that are too low-res for printing.
Create albums with photos from different hard drives, cloud and photo editing apps.
Find all versions of a shot across catalogs and exported files.
Peakto monitors the changes made to your catalogs.
Peakto has been carefully handcrafted to look and work great on macOS.
Navigate and search through all the photo material stored in Aperture and iView Media.
Just click on your photo to open it in the software you used to edit it.
Use familiar keyboard shortcuts to quickly accomplish many tasks in Peakto.
Construct dynamic photo collections based on a variety of criteria that update constantly.
Display your photos by grid, detailed view or thanks to AI curation.
Peakto mirrors all your original organization and structure (collections, folders, annotations).
Synchronize Peakto with your photo collections, rediscover your photos and create albums for print and sharing for free during your 15-day trial.
Depending on your country, local VAT might be added during payment.
Learn everything about Peakto on our website.
Peakto is a game-changing photo organizer that gathers all your photos in one app. Peakto is like the hub that centralizes all your images, no matter what hard drive they are stored on, the cloud they are saved on or the editing software they have been modified in. Peakto is like a control tower that gives you an always up-to-date and complete view of all your images.
Peakto is a Mac application that you install on your computer. You can connect all your photo libraries to Peakto using a simple drag and drop. Peakto will give you a preview (not a copy!) of each image and let you navigate smartly among them (thanks to filters) without modifying your original files or your organization.
Peakto can regroup your catalogs from Apple Photos, Aperture, Lightroom Classic, Luminar AI/Neo, Capture One, iView Media–and from your folders and hard drive.
You can try Peakto for free for a limited period of time. Peakto is available through either monthly or annual subscription, or through a one-time purchase.
You can download Peakto for free and have a 15 day trial period.
After this trial period, you can subscribe to Peakto on a monthly or annual basis or purchase a single license.
Optimized for M1 (and soon for macOS Ventura and M2 chip), Peakto requires macOS 11 (Big Sur) or later and runs well on Apple M1 chips.
Peakto is compatible with:
Peakto requires 2GB of free space, 4GB of memory (8GB recommended) and enough space to accommodate the Peakto library and database files. Peakto files can be located on external drives. A fast (SSD) drive for Peakto files is recommended.
A working copy of the supported apps (Apple Aperture, Lightroom, Capture One, iView Media Pro…) is not required when using Peakto, as Peakto opens those libraries natively.
No, but you can use Avalanche to convert your catalogs.
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