Full credit is to be given to fungus amungus for his Instructable mentioned below that inspired this one. Thanks fungus!:) Okay. Google doesn't offer Picasa for the Mac. Because we don't need it!
Sure, it’s mostly for editing your photos and doesn’t make an exceptional alternative to Photoshop (with a distinct lack of layers, selection marquees and in-depth RAW editing), but for quick edits and touch-ups on your Mac you don’t necessarily need to download any additional software. Easy photo edit free download - LiveQuartz Photo Edit, Easy Duplicate File Finder, ACDSee Pro 3, and many more programs.
G suite migration for microsoft outlook mac. If you purchased your Mac over the last few years or you've purchased the awesome iLife package ($74US Retail), then you already have iPhoto. IPhoto does everything Picasa does and quite a bit more! (Can Picasa work with RAW files?).
This Instructable is the Mac answer to' fabulous, but Windows-centric. To be fair, we will just import a picture, straighten it, color correct it, crop it and resize it in under a minute. While there's a great deal we could do more, this just shows the procedure to duplicate on the Mac what was done on a PC with Picasa. Note: Like all of my Instructables, this one was done entirely using iPhoto, Preview and Mac OS X's built-in screen capturing features. Okay Some of my Instructables have diagrams that were created in Appleworks or Eagle.