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The iPad app is, in my opinion, a superior to the Flickr web service as a tool for viewing photos. They look great on the iPad. However, the App lacks many of the features that the web version provides to the user: 1) the ability to see or create galleries (a very nice part of the overall Flickr product); 2) the ability to search or filter for Camera-type; 3) the Maps feature that allow for seeing / searching for images geo-tagged for an area on the map. 4) Pro Users have no access to stats. And, of course, the app does not have the more robust feature of the Organizer (I imagine this has something to do with the iOS as this feature doesn’t work via iOS Safari on the web... haven’t tried other browsers).Even so, the overall experience on the App is great. Big, bold images. Access to viewing and adding to Groups and Albums (alas, no Collections). Decent searching. The App does have tools built in for some basic editing and updating images already uploaded.I do and will continue to use this App on a regular basis. I would easily upgrade my rating to 5 stars with the addition of galleries (I don’t know if this feature is left out because it isn’t particularly popular overall or there are coding problems involved) and maps (GPS data is stored with images, but again I don’t know what sort of programming hurdles might be involved to bringing this feature to the app).
As an active Flickr member, I follow the Flickr Explore rather closely. I've observe that the first 50 or so spots are always reserved for a small "elite" group of photographers. Whenever those photographers post pictures they will be in Explore at the top spots. One can say that those are outstanding photos and deserve to be on Explore and I have to give you that. Now for the rest of Explore spots, I found that they usually goes to the newer members or to the members with very little activities. They have very small number of follower and following, rarely viewing and faving other member's works. I understand that getting the newer members on Explore is a great encouragement, but at the same time it also encourage some members to be inactive for it will increase their chance to be on Explore. It also left out many of us who stay active but have little or no chance to get on.500PX has a Popular category. In order to get to the front of the Popular page, a photo needs to has many likes. Other than having a great photo, to get more likes one has to like other's photos. I think that is a much more positive approach, to get everyone involves, not the other way around. We all want our photos to be on Explore. Can't it be more fair and let everyone has a chance as we all need encouragement.?
I have 12,000 photos uploaded to Flickr. None are public. I use Flickr as a storing app just to store my photos so I can save space on my phone, camera, and computer. You can choose to make your photos and albums either public or private. You get 1 TB of storage. You don't have to pay for it, or watch ads, etc. You get that much storage right from the start. I have 12,000 photos uploaded and I'm only using around 3% of that storage! All of my life's photos are stored on here. Baby pictures, pictures of my art and writings, pretty much ALL of my childhood photos, selfies, photos of my pets, etc. My Flickr account and what's on it is my pride and joy. I feel safe storing these photos on here just for me to enjoy.Flickr is easy to use, free, organized, and there's no pop-up ads. No ads at all I think (remember, I only use Flickr privately).You can make albums, but Flickr automatically organizes all of your photos by the date they were taken.I highly recommend this app.The ONLY thing I can complain about is that it doesn’t hold videos longer than 3 minutes. And it takes a really long time to upload videos, no matter how short they are. It’s a shame because I would love to store videos on here too, but for now it’s great for all my photos.
From Yahoo: 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. Flickr Features: Full bleed and high-resolution images Justified views everywhere Sixteen artistically designed filters Photo editor that allows you to enhance, draw, crop, add text or retouch your photo to get them just how you want them Your photos are always yours on Flickr and we give you complete control of your privacy with every photo you take Find and join groups, share photos and join the discussion Explore beautiful and interesting photos from the massive Flickr community - nearby or across the globe Keep track of where you take photos automatically with geotagging
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