SAN FRANCISCO: Google on Friday said, will be shuttering Picasa to move its center to the new Google Photos service launched recently.
“We trust we can make give improved experience by focusing on one service that gives functionality and works across all smart devices, instead of gap our endeavors crosswise over two distinct items,” Google Photos cheif Anil Sabharwal said in a post.
Pictures or recordings in Picasa online collections will be naturally accessible through individuals’ Google Photos accounts, as per Sabharwal.
Those wishing not to move to the new service and can be any case to have the capacity to see, download or erase photographs in Picasa collections, yet the product won’t be upgraded and including pictures won’t be a choice.
“We apologize for all the losses you may causes, however we need to guarantee you that we are doing this with the point of giving the most ideal photographs experience,” Sabharwal said.
“Google Photos is another and smarter product.”