Flickr App Gets Complete Redesign, Introduces Photo Filters

Posted December 12, 2012 at 7:44pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 3422 views

Yahoo has just released a new version of its Flickr app for iOS that features a complete redesign and photo filters.

Get the power of the world’s largest photo-sharing site in the palm of your hand!
 
Features:
✓ Custom filters enhance your photos plus photo correction, retouching and many other tools
✓ Access your Flickr photos on any device – phone, tablet, computer and Apple TV!
✓ Connect with others around shared interests. Whether it’s food, travel, or anything else – Flickr has more than 1.6M groups, so there’s bound to be a Group that interests you!
✓ New justified layout photo display makes your personal photostream look amazing
✓ See recent photo activities from your friends and family. Make comments or mark them as favorites.
✓ Flexible, personal privacy options to make your photos as public or private as you want 

What's New In This Version:
The all-new Flickr App is a complete redesign of the previous version.  It’s now easier to use, more beautiful and includes more of the great features you love using on Flickr.com, including:
● Simple sign-up and registration process
● 16 unique camera filters
● Full Groups capabilities
● Explore interesting photos from around the world and nearby
● And more!

You can download Flickr for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad from the App Store for free.

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