Picasa for Mac has designed to integrate with iPhoto it doesn’t store any of your pictures, just scans your hard drive/disk and easily displays the photo files that found. Picasa is a program that facilitates users to manage, edit, and share their photo collection. The best thing is it can find and display up to one million pictures from your storage disk on your Mac. Editing options range from retouching to adding text and watermarks.
This tool includes many editing tools, such as straightening, text generation, create collages, and removing red eye, as well as Photoshop-like effects and adjustments. Its collage feature lets you combine multiple images into one. "We want to make it very easy for people to make their photos look better," said Jason Cook, product marketing manager for Picasa.
- Mac OS X 10.4+
- Intel CPU
- 256MB RAM
- 100MB available hard disk space
Stuart Morgan, software engineer of the Google Mac team, Said
“Last year we had a blast at Macworld demonstrating all our Mac products, but as Mac users, we also know that the best part of Macworld is new product announcements, This year, we’re getting in the spirit by making a little announcement of our own: we’re happy to say that Picasa, Google’s photo management software, will be joining the ranks of the free Mac OS X applications from Google ”