- Added improved cross-platform support
- Notes can now be created and edited
- Images can be scaled and rotated
- Added better flicking animation
Ratings and Reviews
High hopes were dampened
I spotted this fun app on my Mac and then downloaded on my OS and IOS. I had hopes for a much easier way to share pictures across my devices. Flicking them back and forth was fast, easy, and fun. The problems was what to do with them on my Mac after arrival. The pictures could only be saved one item at a time by opening the menu and selecting ‘SAVE’ and continuing that long drawn out process. Could not do multiples. I was disappointed that I could not drag and drop the files into a finder window. Any attempt to do so closed the Flick desktop. Files could only be dealt with in the long burdensome multistep way. The worst experience was saving 1 of many similar picture files but needing to create a folder for it. Buy hitting 'Create folder’ as we are accustomed to doing within all other application, Flick froze. I had to ‘Force Quit’ the Flick application to shut it off and thus off of my desktop where it intended to stay.
can’t find on iOS app store
i can only download this on my mac.
i search in ios app store but i don’t see this.
i wanna transfer photo and video between mac and iphone.
i need help ! ! !
Excellent Idea, Yet Really Imaginative and Unrealistic
Great User Interface, except the black bar at the top became unclickable and I couldn't access anything on my menu bar because it was just frozen.
-Glitches Constantly More than Usually
-The Black Bar that is supposedly locked onto the menu bar can be moved anywhere showing cheap design qualities
-No one has heard of this app so why would you Flick if you could use DropBox or just the Classic Bluetooth
-This is a wannabe variant of Bump, N-Share, or "Nearby Device Sharing" that comes prior to Mountain Lion OS X.
Honestly: Hands Down a good start. But this app lacks alot of improvements. It's very hard to compete against other Drag & Drop Apps out there such as "Dropzone" but this app needs to warm up before it can enter a league of Productiveness with the big guys.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.