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PicasaTweet Pro

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  • Category: Social Networking
  • Released date: 06/07/2011
  • Current Version: 1.01
  • Seller: Leendert Versluijs
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 1664641
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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Keep control over the photos you want to share with your friends and the world via Twitter. With PicasaTweet Pro you can share photos and keep control because photos are only added to your own Picasa albums. You now keep your photos together in your favorite photo store: Picasa.

PicasaTweet Pro is a superb application dedicated to taking pictures and sharing them via Twitter. Photos you take or select from your phone are automatically uploaded to Picasa. And you can also share photos you already have in your Picasa albums.

The following features make PicasaTweet Pro a great app to use:
-Easy, intuitive user interface
-Camera Super Still function to prevent ‘shaken’ photos;
-Overlay with Rule of Thirds lines
-Overlay with Diagonal Method lines (http://www.diagonalmethod.info/)
-Camera, tap to focus on specific point, tap twice for autofocus
-Art filters like sepia, pinhole, black & white….
-Large thumbnails for easy viewing
-Caching of Picasa albums for fast access and saving on your data scheme
-No limits on number Picasa albums you can view
-Pull to refresh interface
-Geo tag you photos (setting)
-Privacy warning when sharing photos from private albums
-URL is shortened with goo.gl under your account
-Add default text e.g. hash tags to your messages (setting)
-Add your location ’#place’ to the tweet for new photos (setting)
-Does not store Twitter and Picasa passwords but uses OAuth
-Does not track or collect any personal information
-No more advertisements!

Not sure yet? Try out the free version, PicasaTweet, and see if you like it.

The Diagonal Method (DM) is a rule of thumb in photography, painting and drawing. Dutch photographer and lecturer Edwin Westhoff discovered the method when conducting visual experiments to investigate why the rule of thirds is so inaccurate. After having studied many photographs, paintings and etchings, he discovered that details of interest were often placed precisely on the diagonals of a square. A photograph is usually a rectangular shape with a ratio of 4:3 or 3:2, in which case one should look at the bisection of each corner. Placing certain elements of interest on these lines results in a more pleasing photograph. More information on the Diagonal Method can be found at: http://www.diagonalmethod.info/

Twitter, and Picasa are trademarks of the respective owners. This application is not affiliated to Picasa and Twitter.

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