Update to Flickr for iOS adds iPad optimization

Update to Flickr for iOS adds iPad optimization
An update to Flickr's iOS app on Saturday, added full optimization for the Apple iPad. The iPad version of the app takes advantage of the additional real estate available on Apple's tablet. You can snap pictures using the camera interface that comes with the app, and use the editing tools and filters to enhance your pictures. The update also allows both iPhone and iPad users of the app to share photos through social media sites like Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter.

Other changes include the ability to edit photo details, and perform unified search across your Flickr photos, albums and groups. The update also repairs bugs and makes the app more stable.

Flickr offers 1TB of free cloud storage to users. That should keep you busy trying to use up all of that available storage space. Flickr for iOS can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store.

source: Flickr (iOS) via MacRumors



1. bugsbunny00

Posts: 2264; Member since: Jun 07, 2013

more bugs!

2. shiv179

Posts: 159; Member since: Aug 08, 2012

Took them long enough

3. FaisalWibowo11

Posts: 166; Member since: Aug 12, 2013

Speaking of flickr, here is my Z2 photostream https://www.flickr.com/photos/125751132@N08/ Also by posting my shots on flickr, I wanted to prove that Z1-Z3 is pretty much the best camera on android & ios environment but that is of course if you know how to use the camera. I've taken over 2000 photos with my Z2, I know its strengths & weaknesses. And I dare to say if I treat let's say Samsung, LG, iphone camera the same way I treat Xperia cameras, I will not get great shots like I wanted because there is something wrong in their camera system. Example: There IS manual settings on samsung cameras but if I tweak the ISO to lower ones, the camera doesn't fu*king drop the shutter speed so I ended with black wallpapers. Also the night mode uses some sort of interpolation method, so it ended up shooting distorted noisy full of artifacts night shots iphone & LG camera: not much I can do with it, especially the iphone.

4. sinple

Posts: 132; Member since: Nov 04, 2011

I have used several xperia phone and i find that sony's camera captures very well in daylight. But it is very susceptible to lens flare due to a medium to strong light compared to other phone. Need skills and effort to take nice photo in non daylight condition. The camera also does not allow super macro shots

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