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Yahoo! Releases Official Flickr App For Android

If there weren’t already enough ways for people to share and browse photos on the web, then Yahoo! just filled the gap with the release (finally) of their very popular Flickr service in form of an Android application. Users can upload or snap new photos directly into the app, comment on others, view friends’ activity, and then share it all with the world.  We are still trying to figure out why this took so long to create, but we are happy to see it arrive.   

Features:

• Share photos only with the people you want to with easy privacy settings.
• Full screen browsing and slideshows for your photos, your contacts photos or any of the public photos from the global Flickr community.
• Share the story behind your photo with titles, descriptions, comments and tags.
• Keep your track of where you took your photo by keeping your location data automatically through    geotagging.

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Cheers Anish!

  • mysticdarkhack

    Finally, I guess yahoo doesn’t like Google Android success, delay Flickr app will just prove that in some ways…

  • Raven

    Will not install on my ASUS Transformer.

  • RonsterWVU

    This is great!

  • John

    took them this f’ing long!?!?!?

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  • Bullet Tooth Tony

    Come onnnnnn native Picasa app – Picasa Tool is nice and all, but I want more ;-)…. I’ve had bare-bones Flickr support for a while now thanks to HTC… but Picasa as a whole is nicer in my opinion… basic yet accurate photo editer for when I don’t need to “bring out the GIMP” and it’s integrated to the online albums.  Some mobile friendly editing choices would also be nice in that app…

    • http://twitter.com/batfandotcom Ben Rollier

      I wouldn’t expect to see them build an official Picasa app until after they rebrand the service as Google Photos, which should be in the near future. 

      Also, you can view all your Picasa photos in the Google+ app.

    • mysticdarkhack

      Yeah, I would love to see this happen, if Google would listen…

  • Darius

    nice :D

  • http://profiles.google.com/tylerjhilliard TYLER HILLIARD

    Ditched Flickr for Picasa Web over a year ago because of the Android integration.