This is an important and interesting thing to share with you, which is being announced by Google. A few days ago, the giant company Google has announced that it is not gonna give assistance to the Picasa program at the time of March 16, 2016. While motivating those users to convert to Google Pictures instead additionally, it’ll be archiving the albums of Picasa Web data at a subsequent date.
The Google Photos Head said that,we are going to take a while to be able to get this done right and give you choices and simple methods to gain access to your content. It is clear that Google can be involved from its dedicated user base who relies on Picasa, given the tone of the statement of today.
Google is Going to Shut Down Picasa
But, the program will not receive any updates in the upcoming time. For those using the PC version of Picasa program, as it does now, it is going to continue to work – and which will likewise be true should you decide to install it before the shutdown date of March 16.
The applications had not been upgraded substantially as it was, to be honest – its general user interface is very dated, although the app may have received small tweaks, bug fixes, and security patches.
Google notes the simplest way to obtain, change and share the information from a Picasa Web Record would be to log into Google Pictures, as videos and photographs will be there for you.
Meanwhile, there is probably more issue from users in regards to the data gathered on Web albums of Picasa, which contains quite special metadata for their pictures. Family and friends may have remarked on some pictures, too. It does not seem like the transition has been made by that metadata yet.
But it can speak to what must be a still-substantial user base using its own online records and Picasa applications – and it is unlikely they will be fans of the change in regards to users who cling to merchandises that are outdated.