"Instantly find, edit and share pictures."
The Picasa project is a Google piece of software that makes it exceedingly easy to edit your images and upload them to online hosting. What is a joy to use with Picasa is the editing features when compared to more complex graphical applications like GIMP. You can share pictures easily by uploading them, emailing to friends, add pictures to your web site or even make up a CD gift. The Linux version is a native Linux app supplied in RPM or Debian packages. This makes it easy to try the software out on several different Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Debian and more. Google has stopped developing the Picasa for Linux software earlier this year, but the application was already well made at that stage, so for Linux users this is still a good graphics application to try, especially if they're already familiar with the Windows version.
Google Picasa for Linux Key Features:
- Simple photo editing and photo management
- Good for beginner and intermediate users
- RPM and Debian Linux packages
- Multiple upload, saving and printing options
Google Picasa for Linux is a useful graphics application for Linux users who don't want something complicated
Updated15 Jan 2012
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