What once used to send you to Picasa Web Albums, the “photos” link on Google’s navigation bar now sends you to Google+’s Photo service — Google Operating System discovered. Google+’s Photo service displays photos from your circles, from your Android phone, photo’s you’ve been tagged in, and your list of Picasa Web albums. Google+ Photos is still missing some editing features, album descriptions, and the ability to edit prints.

Don’t get this confused however, as Picasa is still available by manually typing in the URL. But, this seems for the best, right?

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2 Responses to “Google+ Photos has replaced Picasa in Google’s navigation bar”

  1. Peter B. says:

    Yeah, scratched my head on this one a few times. I don't like it. They should add a Picasa if this is the route they are going to take.

  2. John says:

    For now I still have a picasaweb address. Since they won't all me, an Apps customer, to have Google+, if they force this then I'm screwed. No online albums. :-(