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What do you use to manage your photos? Did I miss any good ones? Sharing in the comments below is an awesome thing to do, and Ill think less of you if you dont. The interface is clean and photos are sorted in a logical manner. Youll find Shotwell in the repositories of most newer Linux systems, but if you cant find it, check out the official Shotwell page for installation instructions. As such, if youre looking for the best photo album manager out there for Linux, youve got a few options. Lets take a look at the four major programs on the platform and see what you think! The photo manager is available as a consumer version, and a pro version which provides additional features, and additional image editing capabilities. More Info ยป). Expect some quirks for sure, but also expect to have access to Googles amazing photo manager on Linux. Picasa includes everything from basic editing to creating albums to changing your desktop wallpaper to, of course, uploading to the Picasa web service.


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Still, theres no substitute for manager organization as far as Im concerned. Its nice to have the option of using a photo management tool, so were lucky that Linux has four great ones to choose from. Whats what I concluded in my recent piece when I called Shotwell the future of Linux photo management. Soon to become the default in Ubuntu (and perhaps in Gnome shotwell itself)) Shotwell is quickly becoming the go-to photo manager on Linux. Shotwell, at least,