Yahoo Unveils New Flickr 3.0 App for iPhone [Video]

Yahoo Unveils New Flickr 3.0 App for iPhone [Video]

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Yahoo has unveiled a redesigned Flickr app for the iPhone and Android.

Every day at Flickr we share our passion for inspiring photography by building world-class tools and beautiful photo displays you can access anywhere. Ten years ago we defined online photo sharing as the first major online community to store, organize, tag, and share digital photos. We could not be more excited to continue shaping digital photography with new Flickr app for iPhone coming today to the App Store and for Android in the Google Play store now.

Stunning photos made easy
On iPhone and iPod touch, fourteen live filters let you see how the photo will look even before you take it. And refine your pictures in real-time with a suite of sophisticated editing tools. Whether it’s filters, vignettes, auto-enhance or more professional tools like color balance, levels, and exposure – Flickr’s camera gives you full control over your photos all the time.

New to the Flickr apps, you can record up to 30 seconds of stunning HD video using the same live filters available with photos. Customize your video by adding different segments of footage and if you record a segment that you don’t like, simply remove it with one tap.

All your pictures in one place
On Flickr, everyone gets 1,000 gigabytes of storage free, enough space for more than 500,000 photos, pretty much all the space you’ll ever need. Our new Auto Sync feature lets you seamlessly upload all your original quality photos from your phone automatically to your account, so that Flickr can be your camera roll in the cloud.

Today we are also introducing a new way to rediscover and explore your images. Even if you have thousands of photos, our intelligent search engine will help you find what you’re looking for fast. Flickr’s understanding of your photo’s date and time (ex: “January 2014”), place (ex: “San Francisco”), and even scenes and objects (ex: “car,” “sunset,” “beach,” “portrait”) helps organize your images so you don’t have to.

Sharing photos on Flickr is also easier than ever. Using batch organization and our enhanced sharing features, share any of your photos from Flickr directly to Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook.

Share and connect with the Flickr community
On Flickr, discover photos from your friends and people you don’t even know yet. With the new Flickr apps we hope you’ll take a moment wherever you are to be inspired and inspire others. See photos from the photographers you follow and find what your friends are sharing right on Flickr. Join the conversation or start one of your own by faving a photo and leaving comments!

Flickr has always been about celebrating beautiful photography. Browse top trending photos within our Explore feature and discover new photographers to follow and places to go right from your phone.

We’re also helping you discover more about the photo itself with an enhanced information screen. Find out where the photo was taken and which camera and lens were used to create each shot. You’ll uncover the story behind the photo and gain valuable insights to elevate your own skills!


We'll let you know as soon as the new app is available on the App Store. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.




Yahoo Unveils New Flickr 3.0 App for iPhone [Video]Yahoo Unveils New Flickr 3.0 App for iPhone [Video]
Dave DeCenzo - April 21, 2014 at 10:03pm
all the thumbnails are square? I HATE that! I don't use square format so my work looks chopped up. I don't want the Flickr app to randomly crop my photos to fit their square format. This is supposed to be a photographer's app? I can't imagine anybody who spends hours creating an image liking having their work thumbnailed into a square. . . .'nuff said
Maxurbn - April 17, 2014 at 8:35pm
Great looking app. Still missing the ability to add text to pics.
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