Move2Picasa helps you exports all your Facebook albums/photos to Picasa. After installing just click on the icon that appears right side of the address bar. It will upload photos to your logged in Picasa account. If your are not loggedin, you will have to login to Picasa to use this.
Even though it's not obvious, after you enable Google+ in your Google account, Picasa Web turns into a completely new app with a different set of rules. Some of these rules make Google's photo sharing service unusable for many existing users and it's important to know them in advance.
Google is reportedly working on a photo-sharing app for smartphones, in a move to compete with Facebook on the social networking front. The app, known as "Pool Party," lets users upload photos from their smartphones to albums in real-time. Unlike other photo apps, Pool Party, currently in invite-beta only, allows multiple users to upload photos to one album. Pool Party is another step for Google into social networking.
There's a lot to like about Google Plus, the new social network from everyone's favorite search engine: the design, the thoughtfully created and easy-to-use privacy settings (Circles), the built in mobile chatting (Huddles) and video chatting (Hangouts) features, the smart news reader (Sparks), and more. But if Google Plus had one "killer" feature, it would definitely be the instant photo uploads from Android.
Why is this? Because it's the one feature that will actually encourage adoption.
If you’re a professional photographer, artist or illustrator, you no doubt have an online portfolio that showcases the best of your work. But what if you’re just getting started, and don’t necessarily want to spring for a domain name or a website of your own?
There are a lot of ways to easily create an online portfolio – from using a free photography service like 500px or Flickr, to a free blogging platform like WordPress or Tumblr. Google’s latest venture also has all the ingredients to create an online portfolio for the budding photographer or artist – pretty much all you have to do is upload your photos.
In addition to Google+, Google seems to be working on more social projects to compete against the likes of Twitter and Facebook, and now it’s discovered that a Slide team within Google is working on a photo sharing app and service called Pool Party.
The secretive service, still in beta, isn’t accessible yet without an invite though Google did manage to snag the PoolPartyApp.com domain as well as launch an Android and iOS app in the respective platform’s app stores.
Thanks to Google+, Picasa users—whether they're on Google+ or not—now can upload virtually all photos to their accounts without going over the storage limits; the same holds true for videos 15 minutes or under. A new photo-tagging feature lets your Google+ friends tag your public photos.
Google+ for mobile makes sharing the right things with the right people a lot simpler. Huddle lets you send super-fast messages to the people you care about most. With your permission, Instant Upload automatically puts the photos and videos you take into a private album in the cloud, so you can share them anytime, from anywhere. And no matter where you are, the stream lets you stay in the loop about what your friends are sharing and where they’re checking in.