Picasa 3.1 released; name tags localized in 38 languages

Google has released Picasa 3.1 and the "name tags" feature rolled out to all 38 languages. If you've been waiting to try the new photo-collage feature in Picasa, or been curious to see how clustering technology can automatically find similar faces across your photo collection, now, you can visit picasa.google.com to download Picasa 3.1, or sign in to […]

Google has released Picasa 3.1 and the "name tags" feature rolled out to all 38 languages. If you've been waiting to try the new photo-collage feature in Picasa, or been curious to see how clustering technology can automatically find similar faces across your photo collection, now, you can visit picasa.google.com to download Picasa 3.1, or sign in to Picasa Web Albums to get started with name tags.

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