It seemed to start a couple weeks ago, as I noticed my most recent pictures were missing from the Photos library. This issue was perplexing me for a few days, found these well written steps, tried for i Phone and Mac, and it worked in the first try. After a couple of tries, I found that i Pad i OS wasn’t upgraded for sometime. Frustrated, my photos stop loading and I have to repeat these steps again and again. I hadn’t changed any settings to cause it – Photo Stream was just suddenly not working on my Mac anymore. This time I can’t quite the processes in the activity monitor.
The i OS version of Bundle won me over right away with its 1Password integration at the login screen.
In less than a minute, I was able to tap the 1Password button, create a new login for Bundle in 1Password, generate a secure password, and start using the app.
It works, but offers no functional improvements over the i Cloud Photos app on the previous Apple TV.
Photos on the Apple TV supports only two Apple services: My Photo Stream and i Cloud Photo Sharing.
Storehouse -- A simple solution for sharing photos, Storehouse specializes in what it calls “stories,” yet another fancy term for albums.
Storehouse works across platforms, with apps for Apple TV, i OS, Android, and the Web, and it lets you share your stories via a simple URL.
(If you receive a text message and switch over to Messages, your photos vanish from the TV.) Air Play is a good solution for ad hoc slideshows, but it’s less than ideal for showing off large collections of photos.
Thankfully, since developers can now write apps for the Apple TV, there are alternatives that can display photos on your Apple TV.
That’s somewhat true, since many of us take a lot of random photos with our i Phones.