Monday, January 05, 2009

Google Intros Picasa For Mac

Google is officially releasing their popular photo editing suite Picasa for Mac. Picasa for Mac looks and works much like Picasa on any other OS, and offers all the traditional Picasa features — such as non-destructive editing, and the ability to keep track of photos anywhere on your hard drive, then automatically account for new images as you add them.

Google says right now, Picasa for Mac is still in Google Labs (beta), but they are sending out an early version for MacWorld attendees. You can learn more about this beta release at the Google Photos blog, there are also similar postings on the Official Google blog and the Official Google Mac blog

To run Picasa, you'll need an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X 10.4 and above. For those of you attending MacWorld you can get hands on testing as well as some demonstations by members of the Picasa engineering team at Google's Macworld booth all week.

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