Flickr 3.0 launched For iOS and Android devices.
The popular photo-sharing application by Yahoo, Flickr has recently launched one of the biggest updates for its Android and iOS mobile application with complete filters, video support, new design and much more, This update arrives with the photo-sharing site at par with its competitive rival Instagram with a similar feature such as easy-sharing on social media sites, liking and commenting on photos, video recording and photo filters.
The newer version for this mobile application will receive a complete a redesign for its home screen, ease of navigation and access to the application’s main functions from the sidebar. The search function has been modified to bring out the correct photos much more sooner then in previous version. The application locates the photos based on location, time and other auto tags such as scenes and objects within a photo such as a car, lamps and more. With a total of 1TB of massive storage, Flickr account holder can store up to 500,000 photos on the site. The new Auto Sync feature will allow users to automatically upload quality photos from their phones to their online accounts.
Flickr also included more details to photos, such as the location, camera model used to capture the scenery, aperture setting, focal length and more for users to receive a high quality image at the end. Users will also be able to share with their friends and family on social media sites such as Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook without ever having to leave the application.
The updated Flickr 3.0 for iOS and Android, includes fourteen live filters for the camera. users will be able to see how the image looks before they take a snap. The camera will also be complimented with real-time photo editing tools that allow the capability to change filters. vignettes, auto-enhance, color balance and exposure, Flickr Vice President Bernardo Hernadez had written in the company’s official blog. This latest addition integrated into Flickr mobile application is the 30-second video recording ability for using live filters. Flickr allows users to edit and delete videos with a simple push of a button. These new features will expand on Instagram’s 15 second video recording feature.
“Whether you’re new to Flickr or one of our biggest fans, we want you to know the new apps are the beginning of a great deal more to come! They represent our commitment to building new products for your changing needs and they offer a beautiful canvas for upcoming features,” Hernandez wrote.