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Picasa 2.0 Released
Contributed by: Teeth Maestro, at 1/18/2005 08:48:00 PM.

Those of you following the constant development of the Google empire should check out the latest release of Picasa. I started off with ver 1.6 and have fallen in love with its simplicity , I use Picasa to organize the 3000+ pictures on my computer. Surely one of the best organizers coming at par even with other off-the-shelf products, who can compete with a free deal.

Picasa is software that helps you instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures (even ones you forgot you had) and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with folder names you know. Picasa makes sure your pictures are always organized. Picasa also incorporates advanced editing simply by putting one-click fixes and powerful effects at your fingertips. And Picasa makes it a snap to share your pictures, email, print, make CDs and also blog via Helloâ„¢.

Website: Picasa
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Whats New:

Web search leader Google has added a variety of new features to its Picasa digital photo service, including the ability to e-mail pictures via its Gmail service. Google bought Picasa last summer to improve photo-publishing on Blogger, its Web log service. The latest Picasa update, which is free, also features faster photo posting to Blogger.

Among Picasa's new editing features is a "fill light" tool that brightens dark, backlit photos. With the launch of the updated version of Picasa, users will also be able to export photos to printing services such as Shutterfly, Kodak's OFoto, Snapfish and Walmart.com

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  • Thanks for the link :)I missed that couple of weeks ago.

    You are right about the app, great tool. I have been using it since google bought it and made it free. Funny how it searches and find some of the pics that you have all forgotten about ... hidden somewhere in yout pc ;-)

    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 1/18/2005 09:07:00 PM  

  • My mistake ... what i messed to report was the beta where as this looks like the final version.

    Good work Doc :)

    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 1/18/2005 09:13:00 PM  

  • Its strange to catch an application launch before our Guru here ;) caught you off guard - you must be loosing it ;)

    PS - had an email correspondece with Shirazi planning to create a group of active bloggers who roam paki blogs and comment routinely - I fully support his idea - will email u about the rest - looking to recruit more active bloggers keep your eyes peeled.

    By Blogger Teeth Maestro, at 1/19/2005 01:10:00 AM  

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