Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Picasa 3.5

Today, Google released Picasa 3.5, which is an updated version of its free photo editing software. With Picasa you can edit and organize your images, and sync and share them with Picasa Web Albums, Google’s online photo-sharing site.
Picasa 3.5 has inherited the name tags feature found in Google’s online version of Picasa,
Picasa Web Albums. Means Picasa 3.5 now has name tags, based on the same technology that powers name tags on Picasa Web Albums. With name tags, you can organize your photos based on what matters most.

Picasa 3.5 scans all the photos in your collection, identifies the ones with faces, and groups photos with similar faces together. It’s easy to add name tags to dozens of photos at once by clicking “Add a name” below a photo and typing the person’s name.
Other new features includes, the adding of quick geotags using new integrated Google Maps by clicking the Places button in Picasa 3.5, and dragging your photos to the location where you took them. You will also see the improved import process so that you can star your favorites, upload to Picasa Web Albums and share with Google contact groups at the same time.

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