Apple's own photo editing app called iPhoto has recorded 1 million users in less than 10 days from launch, making it one of the most popular iOS apps already. The application was introduced at the company's iPad event earlier in March, and was designed to be an all new photo editing and photo sharing app for iOS users full screen view, emailing and more.
The figures released by Apple today are not those of the total downloads, but the number of users accessing the app, hence the possibility of it counting multiple downloads doesn't exist. Apple only counts the number of paid units downloaded by users, and then redownloading is not counted by iTunes.
The app is available for $4.99 in the Apple App Store and is a must try for those looking for a good and yet affordable photo app for their iPhones and iPads to make their photo sharing experience better with friends and family.