Picasa has abandoned Picasa development:
"We’ve decided to retire Picasa in order to focus on a single photo service in Google Photos – a new, smarter photo app that works seamlessly across mobile and the web."
A nice photo editor that is a bit complicated, but it doesn't take long to learn to use it. I like this tool.
This is a very comprehensive tool. Its face tracking function is a useful one, when you edit photos. It needs some time to learn it, but it deserves the time spent.
This video and photo editing software is easy to work in. Nevertheless, I think that it is better to use separate applications for videos and pictures, as they usually provide better experience and have more features.
Quite good for a free application. It has a rather wide range of possibilities.
An easy tool to work with pictures and photographs. It is quite convenient for a non-professional user.
I prefer tools that allow separate picture and video editing. This can be just a whim, but I do believe that such specialized applications work a way better. This divergence in the program's possibilities is the only thing, that makes me use another program.
The main advantage of this program is its free license. And it turned out to be comfortable to use for quick editing. Still, I didn't use its network possibilities.
It takes a bit to get used to Picasa, but as long as you've done it, nothing can bring you put you off it. It's my photo manager of choice, because it's made real, REAL intuitive: I needed just about ten minutes to find my way in all its features, so now I can say I know quite a bit about how things are don in this app.
In fact, it's way better than any app of this type we saw before. Five Stars.