Although Apple Aperture, a photo editing and management software for macOS users, has been discontinued since 2014, it was still used and enjoyed by plenty. Digital Camera World reports that although software updates had become less of a priority to Apple as the time went on, nevertheless Apple Aperture contained features that some may point out Lightroom is still lacking, such as the inability to combine folders and collections as one organizational system. Unfortunately, Apple is now completely axing it by no longer supporting the photo editor with the upcoming versions of macOS and macOS Mojave.
If you currently use Apple Aperture, Apple offers you the option to migrate your libraries to Apple's own Photos app or even to Adobe Lightroom Classic. The latter, however, has recently received backlash in the community by running tests of an increased subscription fee for certain users, which may turn away potential new customers looking for alternatives to Apple Aperture. Luckily, there are several other photo editing software alternatives available on the market.
Editing and file management aside, Moment Pro has added new tools to its photo and video camera app, for example, focus peaking and warnings when you clip your shadows or highlights. Certain features are only available to iOS devices, however, such as different color profiles, dual-channel audio meter, full control over video quality by altering your bitrates, and a few others. You can view a fully detailed description of Moment Pro features here. Have you already tried it yourself?