Story 144YN Google Is Finally Killing Picasa Similar

Story

Google Is Finally Killing Picasa

Similar News

Google Is Finally Killing Picasa - EOL: March 15, 2016
An Anonymous Coward writes:From TechCrunch:
Google verkündet Aus für Picasa
Google wird Picasa nicht mehr weiterentwickeln und sich stattdessen auf Google Fotos konzentrieren. Die Picasa Webalben werden im Mai dicht gemacht.
Google Is Shutting Down Picasa In Favor of Photos
Google has been steadily migrating its resources towards the Photos ecosystem since the company first announced it at last years I/O developers conference. Today, Google announced that it will shut down Picasa. Starting May 1st, Google will start phasing out Picasa from its product lineup, moving over to Google Photos. Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Google finally kills Picasa desktop client, Web service
Google stopt met de fotodienst Picasa
De Amerikaanse internetreus Google (groep Alphabet) gaat de onlinefotodienst Picasa opdoeken. Het bedrijf wil zich op Google Photos focussen.
Get out of mi casa, Picasa: Google photo site to join Wave, Code, Reader in silicon hell
Estás muerto para mi Google will shut down Picasa on May 1. Any pictures stored in the online album service will be moved to Google Photos automatically.…
Google is shutting down Picasa in favor of Photos
Google has been steadily migrating its resources towards the Photos ecosystem since the company first announced it at last year's I/O developers conference. It's already shut down Google+ photos in lieu of the newer service and linked Photos to your...
Picasa will be retired in the coming months in favor of Google Photos
It has been announced that Picasa will be retired in the coming months for Google to focus on a single photo service, that being Google Photos. The aim is to combine the desktop and mobile experiences into a single product, but that doesn't mean everything you've done on Picasa will be lost forever. Google will be rolling out these changes on May 1, so you still have plenty of time to use Picasa before it's eventually retired. Should you have photos or videos saved in a Picasa web album and do not wish to move to Google Photos, Google will soon offer a way for you to access all of this content, even after Picasa is retired. (You just won't be able to upload new stuff.) From March 15, Google will cease supporting the desktop application, meaning there will be no further updates, but it'll still be usable. As for developers and third-party clients, some functions of the Picasa API will be retired. It's worth reminding that nothing will change today, and if you wish to switch to Goo...
Google Is Killing Picasa Because Google Photos Is Way Better
Picasa, Google’s photo storage service that you’ve probably forgotten exists, will officially die starting May 1. Which is fine by us, considering how great Google Photos is.
Google Is Finally Killing Picasa
It hasn’t made sense for Google to continue to invest in two separate photo storage and sharing applications, as it has been doing with the newer Google Photos and the dated software Picasa. And now the company is finally going to do something about that: Google announced this morning that it will no longer support the Picasa desktop application as of March 16, 2016. In addition, it… Read More
Google Shuts Down Picasa Web Albums
Comments
Moving on from Picasa
Comments
1