- by Martin Kaba
- on Wed Jan 9, 2008
Picasa, the famous Google photo organizer now has a new version for Linux – the 2.7 beta release. The release comes with a bunch of new features for image browsing, image searching and creative image export.
What’s new; Formally it was necessary to have a configured Wine installation to get Picasa running on Linux – this new release packs a customized version of the Windows compatibility layer, WINE. So on more geeking to make to make Picasa compatible.
Whilst there is still no installable version for Mac OS X, Picasa 2.7 Beta for Linux has binaries in RPM and Debian. All downloads are approximately 24 MB.