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Google stops Picasa and continues Photos
Google has announced to stop offering the photo application Picasa. In the coming months will switch entirely to the company’s Google Photos service. All contents of current Picasa users is now also present in Pictures, as the company has announced.
google photos Google indicates to in this way to be able to provide a better experience to its users. Photos so would have more functionality and are available on both mobile and desktop devices. The transition will not take place immediately, but starts from 1 May. Picasa desktop application will no longer be supported as of March 15th. That means that it will still continue to work, but no updates will be received.
Users who do not automatically to the new service over want to have access to a separate function, which they still use their old Picasa Web content tags and captions. They can then only new content to add more to their albums or edit existing content says Google. Picasa Web Albums remain unaffected by the changes and some features of Picasa API will disappear .Viewing:-150
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