Aperture gets an update and you’re now able to delete Photo Stream images

Apple has rolled out an Aperture update, fixing stability and performance issues, along with bringing the much needed ability to delete and manage Photo Stream images.

The update, which brings Aperture to version 3.2.3, weighs in at about 636 MB, so we’re pretty sure that a lot more went on under the hood than a couple of bug fixes and Photo Stream tweaks. That being said, Apple’s release notes are as cryptic as usual, so we’ll never know exactly what’s been rolled out this time around.

You now have no excuse. Delete those god awful iOS screenshots from your Photo Stream. iPhoto, Aperture, and the iOS Photos app all give you the tools. As much as we love apps, we don’t want to see them flying by on your Apple TV.

Hit up your Software Update or the Mac App Store to get your update on.

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