December 14, 2022 – Montpellier, France.
CYME is proud to present the new interface of its photo manager for Mac, Peakto, which will allow photographers to sort and select their best shots even more easily.
With so many pictures being taken, and so many different cameras and software being used, having a centralized photo manager is a necessity for photographers. Peakto’s new interface aims to provide easy access to search and sort filters and AI indicators. It improves the exploration of all photo catalogs regardless of their nature and origin.
Easily filter all images
The new filter bar provides easy access to the structure of any photo catalog, to the people identified in the images, and to the sorting of images by keywords or dates. The sorting and search performance has been improved to respond instantly to queries on large volumes of photos.
Automatically categorize photos with AI
Peakto automatically gathers images under categories (portraits, nature, wildlife, architecture…). The new interface now makes aesthetic scores, color harmony and much more quickly accessible.
Photographers rediscover their images thanks to these new classifications that highlight not only their photographic nuggets but also the less interesting photos: Peakto’s AI now recognizes documents, memes and drawings. It has also been trained to identify blurs, unusual white balance, and the presence of a haze.
Find all versions of a photo easily
Price and availability
Peakto can be tested for free for 15 days (no credit card required on cyme.io). Peakto is available on a monthly plan at $9.99/month; a yearly plan at $99/year; or for a one-time purchase of $189.
Peakto is the second avant-garde software created by CYME in response to the needs and wants of photographers worldwide. Founded by serial entrepreneurs Claudia Zimmer, Matthieu Kopp and Thomas Ribreau, CYME’s mission is to deploy innovative features that will both serve the photography community and help protect our planet.
In the coming months, CYME will enrich Peakto with solutions to save our best photos, in good quality and without duplication; to encourage digital sobriety by keeping only our best images; and to facilitate the sharing of our best images and memories.