Picasa beta Released for Mac!

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  1. hawaiipoolman macrumors regular

    Nov 5, 2007

    Picasa software is now available for the Mac! We'd like to quickly show you how you can use Picasa to organize, edit, and share your photos. Picasa helps you:

    * Control large photo collections
    Picasa can find and display a huge number of images (now up to a million photos!) from all over your computer. And Picasa automatically keeps track of new photos on your hard drive.
    * Edit without worry
    Picasa's easy-to-use editing tools apply 'virtual edits' to your photos, until you're sure you want to save your changes to disk. Even after you save, a backup of your original image is just a click away.
    * Keep your online photos up-to-date
    Crop a little here, add some shadow there, and watch your edits automatically sync to your online Picasa Web Albums.
    * Share with a click
    Picasa works seamlessly with Picasa Web Albums to help you quickly share online photo galleries with friends, family, and the world. With 1GB of free storage, album privacy settings to suit all needs, and the ability to upload and download at any size (including print-friendly originals), Picasa Web Albums makes it easy for others to enjoy your best photos, too.

    Whether you're a Windows/Linux transplant or a brand new Picasa user, read on to find Mac-specific release notes, getting-started resources, and Mac support information. You can download the Picasa for Mac beta at picasa.google.com. It's a Google Labs release and is English-only at this time. Read more about Google Labs.
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