Windows 8, 10 Picasa HD App Receives Big Update

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Picasa HD is one of the best Windows 8 Picasa HD apps and we have written about it multiple times before. Now, yet another update has been released in the Windows Store and we’re here to bring you what’s new from the developer.
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You probably already know that there isn’t an official Picasa app in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users, but you can still use the desktop version of Picasa for Windows 8. Picasa HD is a third-party app that seems to be the best alternative at the moment and it has recently seen an important update in the Windows Store. If you have already downloaded it, then you probably have seen it.

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Picasa HD for Windows 8 gets improvements

Browse and view your Picasa albums and photos with Picasa HD. This little app helps you to make beautiful slideshows and gives detailed information about your pictures. Picasa HD will present your photos in High Resolution. You are able to create, edit, delete albums and sort them by name or date. Sharing photos or complete albums is also possible as well as searching among your pictures. With Picasa HD you will be able to display images to fill your entire screen. This way those ugly black edges will be eliminated. You can use the pinch-to-zoom gesture or zoom buttons to get more detailed view.

Besides the traditional bug fixes, the update brings some new features, such as multiple photo selection for sharing, downloading and deleting, the ability to sssign or edit geo-location information for photos; the option of displaying Album Map for geotagged photos and location view for photos on the Properties panel. Support for Large Tile on the Windows 8.1 Start screen has been made available in the previous update.

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