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What’s New

Version 4.14.4

Bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
684 Ratings

684 Ratings

VirtualWolf ,

Great for consumption, terrible for tagging/organising/etc.

The Flickr app is fantastic for browsing, favouriting, and commenting, but it falls down in a massive heap if you try to do much by way of uploading or organising.

Somewhere along the way the share extension has stopped working so I’m unable to directly upload from Lightroom on my iPad Pro and have to save the images out to the camera roll first and directly open the Flickr app to do it. Then, it’s not possible to individually name each photo if you’re bulk-uploading, you can’t bulk-add tags or locations, and the uploader uploads the photos in seemingly random order rather than the order that they were taken in. Even worse, the Organiser on the Flickr website flat-out doesn’t work in mobile Safari, you can’t drag images into the batch editor thus rendering it impossible to do any organising without a full-blown computer.

I would LOVE to see the Flickr app have all the capabilities of the website for organisation and to not even need a computer to do everything I want to do!

Siriol ,

It works.

Rare to find a well thought out app that does something well, completely, and doesn't keep whinging to be fixed when it isn't broken. Every software developer could take a lesson from this. Flickr is for sharing photos. It accommodates different styles of photography. It works on a mobile device and on desktop. It presents the work beautifully. It has community groups for different interests, WITHOUT foisting ideas, opinions and advertising on people. The search function on the desktop site to find examples of photos, camera examples, samples from particular lenses is the best research tool. The information available about each photograph is invaluable.

zarajoe ,

Missing features.

Fairly new to Flickr but quickly fallen in love with the service. I find the app works fairly well with the features provided but it does seem to lack a number of features. Features that are available from the web interface. I find Flickr’s mobile site much more full featured, easier to navigate, more pro feeling UI, better stats, and far better at discovering new amazing images. When compared to the native application. I feel like it should be the other way around.


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