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July 14, 2016updated 22 Sep 2016 12:51pm

What is Picasa?

Find out all about Picasa.


Picasa was Google’s image organiser and viewer software.

The product was originally developed by Lifescape and launched in October 2002. Google acquired the company in July 2004.

The name Picasa comes from the merger of Pablo Picasso name with the Spanish phrase ‘mi casa’ (‘my home).

Picasa was released by Google as freeware, and run on Windows and Mac operating systems.

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