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    I have a iMac 10.6.8. which version iPhoto should I purchase? Thanks. Mihail

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    The one that comes up when you open the Mac App Store which should be in your Dock. When open, search for iPhoto and then buy it and you should be right to go. Then as you upgrade your OS, iPhoto will update as you go.

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    The one that's currently in the Mac App store (iPhoto 11) requires that you be using Mavericks, OS X 10.9. Since you have Snow Leopard, you'll need to find an older version of iPhoto that will work. Off hand I don't remember which one will work with Snow Leopard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    The one that's currently in the Mac App store (iPhoto 11) requires that you be using Mavericks, OS X 10.9. Since you have Snow Leopard, you'll need to find an older version of iPhoto that will work. Off hand I don't remember which one will work with Snow Leopard.
    Thats interesting to say the least Charlie, as the way i thought things would go, is because he has 10.6.8 the first version of the MAS, i would of thought, that whatever was on the MAS would be that, that is compatible with 10.6.8 and below, then being iPhoto '09' and i thought this would of been for all the Apps.
    For some bizarre reason, this is the thoughts i had in my head and that was how MAS was set up. Obviously not
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    I'm confused. I didn't have to purchase iPhoto separately. It came pre-loaded when I bought the computer.

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    Off hand I don't remember which one will work with Snow Leopard.
    iPhoto 09, v8.1.2 works fine with Snow Leopard. You can get it with iLife09 from Amazon:
    http://www.amazon.com/Apple-MB966Z-A...ywords=life+09

    I'm confused. I didn't have to purchase iPhoto separately. It came pre-loaded when I bought the computer.
    Yes, it should have done. Perhaps it's secondhand and the previous owner deleted it.

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