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Picasa pictures to ipad
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Adding Photos to an iPad or iPhone using Picasa – Notes. Open your My Pictures folder. Click File –> New Folder or Organize —> New Folder from the menus. Name that folder something like iPad or iPhone Photos. Push Enter on the keyboard to accept the name. Close the My Pictures folder. Start iTunes. Plug in your iPhone. Launch iTunes on your computer and plug in your iPad. Click on the button in the menu with your iPad's name and click "Photos." Click the box next to "Sync Photos from" and then navigate to the directory containing the Picasa albums on the computer. It all comes down to iTunes. There's a setting there to tell iTunes what directories you want to search for pictures and put on your iPad.
17 Dec After signing in, you can see all Picasa albums, choose albums and tap them to access your photos, then tap photos to download them. The “Add All” icon enables you to download all photos in a chosen album. In the step, the photos have been downloaded to the app, not the iPad albums. On my PC, I had added comments in each snap (in Picasa), I can't see those captions in iPad. Also, the order of the photos on PC and iPad are. 13 Mar - 2 min - Uploaded by Amy Uelmen Upload picts from iPad to Picasa Web Album. Moving photos from iPhoto to Picasa and.
22 Sep - 2 min - Uploaded by SAISiPadGuy To take larger movies or multiple photos off your iPads you can connect the iPad and import. By uploading your pictures to Google+ Photos OR Picasa Web Albums, and using the Google+ App on your phone or tablet, you will be able to view all the. If your business uses Google's free online Picasa service for storing and sharing photos, you can transfer Picasa albums to your iPad with Uvento's MyPics, an. I have lots of pictures in Google picasa and would like to transfer to iCloud. Also how to scan all the old pictures directly to iCloud 7 Aug Q: I have a new iPad and am trying to learn how to use it. Is it possible to move any of my Picasa photos and/or my music over to this thing.