If you log into Move2Picasa with your Facebook information, the service will migrate all of your Facebook photos over to the new Google plus.
Currently, Google plus is using Picasa Web Albums as the backend for Google Plus photos although this will soon be renamed Google Photos. With Move2Picasa, the service actually moves all of your photos over to Picasa Web Albums so that you can then use them on your Google Plus page. The only down side, however, is that Move2Picasa might be a little slow for the time being as so many users are moving their photos over to Google Plus.
You can choose which pictures you want to move over to Google plus. You should hurry up and take advantage of this, though, if you are interested in moving your photos from Facebook to Google Plus as Facebook is known for shutting down applications that allow users to export information from their profiles. Facebook previously shut down an application that allowed users to export all of their Facebook friends into Google Plus. It’s speculated that Facebook is trying to prevent the site from being major competition. With almost 10 million users just shortly after being launched, though, it’s hard to think that much will be able to stop Google plus.
The Move2Picasa tool is very useful, though for users who are trying to move their social networking over to Google – where many people already have their e-mail, calendars, and documents stored. It may take up to 1 to 2 hours, though, depending on how many photos you have, but it’s well worth it if you want to put all of your Facebook photos on Google plus.
If you check out the Move2Picasa site, you will have all of your photos set up on your new Google plus profile in no time.
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