Years ago I used to be a big fan of Flickr and uploaded a lot of photos (we even had and still have “a show off your set up” group) but over the last few years I got out of the habit of posting. Recently I started post pictures to my Flickr account for use on TDL and Flickr’s latest changes could encourage more users to return to the server as well as attract new users.
Flickr are now offering 1TB of storage for free as well as there being a designed more visual UI. Google offers 15GB of free storage, Amazon offer 5GB and Microsoft offer 7GB of storage so Flickr’s service look impressive and is ideal for uploading full high quality photos. The Android app has been updated with a new look and is available for free from the Google Play Store. You can find me on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/iandixon/
The official Flickr Android App.
Smile. Everyone gets a free terabyte.
That’s right, a terabyte of space.
Flickr lets you share your photos in brilliant, full resolution from anywhere to any device and anyone.
Biggr: Others measure in gigabytes. Flickr guarantees up to 1000x that: a terabyte of space. That’s 500,000 photos* to share and enjoy in their beautiful, original quality.
Whenevr: Upload once, send to any device, any screen, any friend and any follower.
Spectaculr: All of your photos in original quality for upload and download, beautifully displayed.
* To be exact, it’s actually 537,731 photos at 6.5 megapixels.
New to Flickr? Sign up from your Android device.
1. Full bleed and high-resolution images
2. Justified views everywhere
3. Sixteen artistically designed filters
4. Photo editor that allows you to enhance, draw, crop, add text or retouch your photo to get them just how you want them
5. Your photos are always yours on Flickr and we give you complete control of your privacy with every photo you take
6. Find and join groups, share photos and join the discussion
7. Explore beautiful and interesting photos from the massive Flickr community – nearby or across the globe
8. Keep track of where you take photos automatically with geotagging
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