Flickr Debuts Official Android Application
Flickr announced that its long-awaited official Android applications has arrived today, dropping it in the Android Market for all to grab. Flickr lets users take photos, enhance them with filters, and then share to Flickr, Facebook, Twitter and all your other favorite social networking, blogs, or photo sharing spots. Browse through images using maps, tags, and more to find a great inspirational shot or upload your own and check out the comments and activity around your pictures from last weekend. Unfortunately, this app doesn’t look to play nice with tablets just yet. AHEM.
- Share photos only with the people you want to with easy privacy settings.
- Full screen browsing and slideshows for your photos, your contacts photos or any of the public photos from the global Flickr community.
- Share the story behind your photo with titles, descriptions, comments and tags.
- Keep your track of where you took your photo by keeping your location data automatically through geotagging.
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