Picasa 3.9 latest version free download for PC

Picasa is an image editing application developed by Google, can also be used as image viewer and organizer. Picasa is integrated with a photo-sharing website. Picasa was originally created by a company named Lifescape in 2002 and owned by Google in 2004.
The latest version of Picasa is 3.9, which supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Mac (Intel-based Macs only).

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Features of Picasa 3.9

Picasa has file importing and tracking feature, tags, face recognition and sorting. It has several basic photo editing functions such as color enhancement, red eye reduction, adding text to the image and cropping. Images can also be prepared for external use such as for e-mailing or printing. Picasa supports Google’s WebP image format as well as the JPG format and most Raw image format. A user can view and edit RAW files and save the finished edit as JPG or any other format, without any changes to the original RAW file. User can Compare two different photos side by side. Or compare the original and edited versions versions of the same photo simultaneously as you apply edits in Picasa. It has a nice interface and you’ll love to use it.

Picasa 3.9 latest version free download for Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Machere

WhatsApp for iOS is now available for free – limited period offer

WhatsApp has become one of the most popular ways to connect with people over cellphones these days. While the app is free on Android for first year and comes with a $0.99 yearly subscription plan, the app needs $0.99 as one-time payment for iOS. According to a tweet on the WhatsApp Twitter account, the app is now free for iOS, this offer is valid for limited time in celebration of the holiday season.

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“Happy Holidays! WhatsApp for iPhone is free for a limited time. Tell your friends!”
Though the company has given no indication of exactly how long the “limited time” is going to last, it could be safe to assume that it will last throughout the holiday season and will go back to its normal money-costing ways after December 25.