iPhoto makes managing your photos as easy as taking them. It helps you organize your photos so you can find them fast. Edit them so they look their best. And share them with your friends and family.
- iPhoto 1: 2001
- iPhoto 2 (iLife): 3 January 2003
- iPhoto 3: 2003
- iPhoto 4 (iLife '04): 6 January 2004
- iPhoto 5 (iLife '05): 11 January 2005
- iPhoto 6 (iLife '06): 10 January 2006
- iPhoto 7 (iLife '08): 7 August 2007
- iPhoto 8 (iLife '09): 6 January 2009
So has the unthinkable happened? Can Windows users get their own version of iPhoto?
Almost. Apple hasn't ported iPhoto over to Windows, but a company called Lifescape Solutions is introducing the closest thing to iPhoto I've ever seen. It's called Picasa.
If I said Picasa is the best Windows program I've seen all year I'd be guilty of misstatement. It's the best Windows program I've seen EVER. Period. End of argument. It's incredible. Except for an inexplicable flaw in the program, Picasa is amazing!
You can try it out for free at www.picasa.net.
What does Picasa do?
-Add name tags
-Upload from Picasa
-Geotag your photos with Google Maps
-Import, upload, and share
and many more..