Google is Shutting Down Picasa from 1st May 2017

Google on Friday declared that the Picasa Web albums has been shutting down from 01st May 2016, Picasa to move its center to the new Google Photos administration dispatched in the last year , that is in May 2015. After the most used Photo platform Picasa has been  Good Night wallpaper closed, people will be having access to Google Photos. The existing photos, videos of Picasa can be transferred to Google Photos.

Google is Shutting Down Picasa from 1st May 2017

“We believe we can create a much better experience by focusing on one service that provides more functionality and works across mobile and desktop, rather than divide our efforts across two different products,” Google Photos chief Anil Sabharwal said in an interview.

The Picasa Access will be provided to people who are not interested to shift to Google Photos

Those wishing not to move to the new administration will in any case have the capacity to see, download or delete photographs in Picasa collections, yet the product won’t be upgraded and including pictures won’t be an option.

“We apologize for any inconvenience this transition causes, but we want to assure you that we are doing this with the aim of providing the best photos experience possible,” Sabharwal said.

“Google Photos is a new and smarter product.” He added.

The Google has recently updated the Google Photos as part of the decision to wind off Picasa web albums. People can share pictures, videos on various social networking websites from Google Photos platform. This implies they can make collections synergistic and people who get the common collection can join in and include their own photographs and videos. Also the users get notices when new pictures are included and spare photographs/videos from a common collection to the Google Photos library.