Google - (Freeware)
Management of photos and sharing online digital albums is a task that can be easily done with Picasa, which also offers the possibility of editing them before sharing.
Picasa is a digital photo album manager that is great at image editing operations. It can import and share photos easily on the Google+ social network. Simply click on the share button and choose the files you want to share or import.
Function "Sync to Web " can automatically synchronize albums on the hard drive with the online version.
Direct editing of images is greatly facilitated by Picasa which also is accompanied by a viewer, Picasa Photo Viewer, which can replace the Windows Viewer. The integrated editor allows basic edits such as cropping, red-eye removal, rotation or automatic improvement.
The software also has a function that lets user create videos in WMV format, from a montage of photos, videos and music on the hard drive. Once editing is complete, it is possible to put it online directly on the music websites.
It offers all the necessary tools for image editing. It is also possible to edit side-by-side in order to have an idea about business transformation. Not less than 24 effects are available to the user.
A tool for managing photos on the hard disk or other storage unit connected to the computer is also available. It is very easy to find all the photos without losing time in research.
Several export album features are available such as sending selected pictures by email , print or create a sub- album with automatic resizing of images.
# New Features:
* Tab list when there were too many tabs
* Print Preview
* â€˜Goâ€™ and â€˜Show Address Bar Historyâ€™ buttons in Address Bar
* â€˜Searchâ€™ button in Search Bar
* Added â€˜Check for Updatesâ€™ in â€˜Aboutâ€™
* Improved Cloud Push
# UI Improvements:
* Improved the interaction of Download Manager
* Added â€˜History Buttonâ€™ option in â€˜Cutomize UI'
* Some crash problems
* Could not play HTML5 videos sometimes
* Swedish and Slovak spell check dictionary installation package confusion