Picasa keeps updating thumbnails
Unfortunately, Flickr’s auto-uploader is now part of its pro plan, which means you’ll need to manually upload all of your photos.This shouldn’t be too hard, but it’s one aspect where Google Photos is the clear winner.
There are a lot of other potential replacements that cost a lot of money, but because Picasa was free, I’m going to focus on free replacements.If you think a paid replacement is worth it, let us know down below.Google is phasing out Picasa so that more people will use Google Photos, and it’s going to be very easy to switch between the two.It certainly does provide some advantages; it’s integrated with other Google services, including Google Drive; you don’t need to open a new account; it’s free; it offers basic editing options; it supports RAW files Unfortunately, it also has a number of drawbacks.
Picasa had both a desktop and an online component, and Google is pushing its users toward moving everything online.
You might be understandably hesitant to do this, but some of the best options out there are cloud-based. This is, of course, the most obvious choice (but it’s not necessarily the best one).