Flickr finally launches official Android photo-sharing app
More than two years after rolling out an application optimized for Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone, Yahoo-owned image sharing platform Flickr is finally extending its mobile efforts to Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android operating system.
Click here to watch a video about Flickr's app for Android.
The free Flickr solution, available for download via Google's Android Market, enables users to snap high-resolution photos with the in-app camera, enhance the image with custom filters and share the end result across Facebook and Twitter.
Users may add titles, descriptions, comments and tags, enable automatic geotagging, and implement privacy settings to limit access exclusively to designated contacts. The app also boasts full-screen browsing and slideshows.
The Flickr community now spans more than 60 million members. New users may sign up within the Android app.
- read this Flickr Blog entry
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