Google has finally put a new update to its Picasa online photo-sharing service in place.
Picasa’s image-sharing platform has now been upgraded to version 4.4.4, a major upgrade over its earlier 4.3.3 update.
The update will come in the next few days, with users of the Picasa app receiving an instant update to the latest version of the app.
The update will also be rolled out to users of Picasa for Android, a Chrome extension that’s currently not being used by Picasa.
Picasso was updated with Picasa 4.0.1 in August, the company’s last major update.
It’s not clear what changes Picasa users will see in 4.5.0, which will likely include a few performance enhancements.
However, Picasa has not provided any additional information about the upgrade, other than saying that users will notice a small but noticeable improvement in the app’s performance.
If you are experiencing issues with Picasso’s performance, you can try clearing cache.
You can also check the current state of Picasso on Google Play, where the latest update is currently rolling out.