Picassa 2 released free by Google

A new version of Picassa was released today by Google. Highlights include photo emailing via Gmail and publishing directly to Blogger.

Tom currently works in developer relations for IBM Watson. A serial entrepreneur, he's been the founder of numerous startups including Investify and StatsMix, a Techstars alumni company. Tom lives outside Boulder, Colorado and in his free time he's an avid rock climber, skier, and trail runner.

8 comments On Picassa 2 released free by Google

  • This is a great wee program to use. It performs well as a browser to view all your files, has some fairly basic adjustment controls and a very easy to use filter selection. the timeline is a very nice touch in the way it is presented. As a true Scotsman I can only add it’s great value for money.

  • Yeah I do agree Picasa is easy to use and easy to pick up. However, I’ve got this one thing …the file dir structure is horrendours

  • Good point Edwin. I find myself only using Picassa when I want to quickly upload a set of pictures to the web without having to write any HTML. There is a nice option in Picassa that allows export to HTML with some clean formatting options and the ability to create thumbnails automatically.

  • it sounds a wonderful programme. I am not familiar with the previous version

  • joseph shehulski

    Really like Picassa

  • I tried to download PICASSA. No luck. Could it be that I am using a Mac 10.2.8?
    Can you help me to get your program?
    Thank you
    Bob Tuerffs
    rtuerffs@sbcglobal.net

  • Bob, try the Picassa website. It looks like the link in my original post was bad. Not sure if the software is available for Mac.

  • I tried to download Picassa2 but want the instructions in English as I live in Cyprus and prefer English if possible.

    Yours sincerely,
    Anna Kakoulli

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