PicaUploadr

Developer: miniwini

Current Version: 1.0.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 445 KB - Download

Description:

PicaUploadr is simple uploader for Google Picasa Web album.

Drag & drop your photos, PicaUploadr will do the rest.
After upload, the direct URL(or formatted code of your taste) will be copied to clipboard automatically.

Share the link over Twitter, give it to your friends on Facebook, paste into your blog post.


FEATURES

- Simple to use.

- Upload by drag & drop.

- Upload multiple photos.

- Choose/create album before upload

- Automatically copy to clipboard with various formats.

- When copy-to-clipboard, preferred photo size can be set (small/medium/large/original).

- Automatically open Direct URL or Picasa photo page after upload.

- Multiple Google accounts support.

- History of uploaded photos.

- Personalize upload window position.

- URL/Picasa photo page/Markdown/HTML/BBCode formats available when copying to clipboard.

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Release Notes:

- Fixed memory issue with huge amount of files

- You can choose/create album before upload

- Fixed to close upload window correctly by cmd+w

- Clicking dock icon now toggles visibility of upload window

- When upload window invisible, app badge now shows upload progress

- Small UI improvements

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Imseth85

perfect & simple - I like this app because it lets me really quickly upload a bunch of pictures to picasa. I just drag and drop a bunch of pics on the icon, and it immediately asks me what album I want them in, or if I want to create a new one. It’s simple, elegant, and I’m happy I spent the $2 on it. This isn’t for everyone though. I have a unique situation where I have multiple google accounts for work and personal, each with long and complex passwords. Switching between them in the browser is too big of a hassle, and I hate the Picasa desktop program that Google has made. For this reason, a drag n’ drop upload in my dock is a huge time saver when I need to archive a folder of pictures sitting on my desktop.

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by shammyd

Flickr Won't Accept Pics - When you start this program, it needs Flickr to allow it to submit uploads. Flickr refuses, saying this is a bogus app. Can't use it at all.

Found helpful by 5 out of 10 people

More Reviews for Current Version

3/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by jmactoo

Frustrating - Update 3/2013… I am still using this product. It works so long as you don't overload it. If I upload 65 pictures to picasa it works. However, if I try to upload another 60 or so to a new album it gets glitchy - pictures are out of order. It only matters since I am posting game photos and they don't make as much sense out of order. Overall - it's better than when I first started using it. It doesn't take too long, but just don't overdo it. This is a ridiculously frustrating product. I have used iPhoto and the picasa plugin uploader for years with ease. However I got a new computer and upgraded to os10.8 and the plugin is not availalbe for my current os and iPhoto. I found this app and for the price I thought it was worth giving it a shot. It worked great the first time through! Then it started getting glitchy. First it couldn't accept all the photos I tried to put in a new album. Then I scaled down to fewer and fewer at a time. Now it won't upload anything at all. It doesn't make any sense since this all occurred in the span of one day. EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING!!

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
5/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Imseth85

perfect & simple - I like this app because it lets me really quickly upload a bunch of pictures to picasa. I just drag and drop a bunch of pics on the icon, and it immediately asks me what album I want them in, or if I want to create a new one. It’s simple, elegant, and I’m happy I spent the $2 on it. This isn’t for everyone though. I have a unique situation where I have multiple google accounts for work and personal, each with long and complex passwords. Switching between them in the browser is too big of a hassle, and I hate the Picasa desktop program that Google has made. For this reason, a drag n’ drop upload in my dock is a huge time saver when I need to archive a folder of pictures sitting on my desktop.

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
4/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by el Chubasco

Kind of slow - It takes a while to upload the pics to picasa. Otherwise, no complaint

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by Jack Shaka

“You can choose/create album before upload,” but you’ll get an error and it won’t work. - Nice to see this feature added in the latest update. Didn’t work, though. I get the error message “Oops, failed to create album” everytime. $2 wasted.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
5/5
Version 1.0.1
Review by REMAZA

Super - 5 Stars - Very well done. I tried it with Google's Picasa Uploads, it works very well. Thank you and keep up the good work.

Found helpful by 0 out of 1 people
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