Picasa is, together with Chrome, one of the most important and popular developments by Google. It's an image manager that will allow us, as well as cataloging each photo that we store on our hard drive, to create presentations and perform small enhancements on each of the files.
The program offers us a series of tools by means of which we'll be able to tag and organize all the images on our hard drive into different albums, so that we'll be able to access all the files that related with one another with a single click of the mouse. It will also be possible to integrate our account at the Google web storage site straight into the application, so that uploading images to our account will be a matter of seconds.
The editing function will allow us to automatically fix the photos, apply color filters or adjust several features manually, from a very intuitive window, ideal for those users that are looking for a simple environment to optimize their image collection.
With regard to the tool to create presentations, we have to highlight that it very easy to use, mainly because we will only have to select the albums that we want to see and the kind of transition effect that we are looking for, and the program will take charge of doing the rest.
Now it will be much easier to organize your photos, thanks to Picasa.
Picasa Linux3.0.0 beta
Picasa is a complete and practical image manager with which you will be able to create presentations. Download Picasa and enjoy your Linux photo collection
Requirements and additional information:
Only compatible with Ubuntu and Debian.
Over a year ago