It’s the news Flickr and Android users have been waiting for quite some time: Flickr is finally releasing an official Android App. Until now, users on the two platforms haven’t had much to work with in terms functionality or efficiency and most third-party app creators are not truly committed to solid end-user experience. All that [...]October 5th, 2011 by Anthony West
Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world.
Flickr and Photobucket are both extremely popular photo sharing services with a wide variety of features. Both websites offer the ability to sign up for a free account or a pro account with additional options for $24.95 per year. Deciding between the two can be difficult, but despite the similarities, there are some noticeable differences. [...]September 2nd, 2011 by Tony Smith
Today seems to be a day for big achievements, with lots of digits. The latest website to announce a numbers growth is good old Flickr, the popular photo sharing site that was acquired by Yahoo a while back. According to reports, the site had its 6 billionth photo upload this past week. The historic milestone [...]August 8th, 2011 by Anthony West
Flickr has added some new features that can be used for sharing picture across the web. Thumblr is one of the most significant features. According to Flickr, one should ease the process of uploading picture to all concerns of the web. Tumblr has been added as a destination. It can also be regarded as native [...]April 2nd, 2011 by Debbie Parker
As iOS is heading to the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, many app updates are getting new features. FlickStackr, which is known to be a universal iOS client, is now leveraging the latest mobile operating system of Apple. The FlickStackr 1.7.2 update is offering one significant new feature, i.e. AirPlay support for videos of Flickr. [...]March 22nd, 2011 by Debbie Parker
Yahoo is already having quite a bad time thanks to the fiasco behind Delicious. Now if that were not enough, an embarrassing situation has arisen due to the fault of one of its staff members, who accidentally deleted a member’s entire Flickr photo stream, consisting of more than 4000 photos. What’s surprising is that Flickr [...]February 3rd, 2011 by Aditya Rayaprolu
On September 17, 2010 Flickr reached its 5 billionth photo milestone by Flickr user Aaron Yeo. Yes, that’s 5,000,000,000 photos uploaded since its inception. The photo is one taken of the Woodwards Collage, which looks like a bunch of cell towers with “W”’s placed on top of them. Check out the photo for yourself: This [...]September 21st, 2010 by SiteTrail