You can run Tag That Photo on a Mac

You can run Tag That Photo on a Mac

You may not know this, but using an excellent piece of Mac software called Parallels, you can run Tag That Photo on a Mac.  If you don't believe us - here is a shot of Windows running via Parallels on a MacBook Air with Tag That Photo running nicely inside that.

You have to copy images between the two folders - native Mac and Windows; but in the future we will support UNC file paths in Tag That Photo so that you will be able to read native Mac images directly from TTP.

At the present time we don't have enough interest in a native Mac version of TTP.... but this solution is one alternative! 


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