Along with the web version redesign, Yahoo has also released the updated Flickr Android app in Google Play. The updated version works with both smartphones and tablets.
“With smartphones in our pockets at all times, we’re all photographers on a daily basis. That’s why we’re also excited to launch new version of the Flickr app for Android phones and tablets. Similar to the iPhone app we launched in December, the new Flickr for Android maintains your photos’ original quality, so every image you take, edit, share, or view on your phone or tablet looks spectacular,” Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo!, wrote in a blog post.
The updated Flickr app also supports ten languages, so, if you are lucky you will be able to use in in your mother tongue.
“Our brand new Android app pushes the boundaries on beauty even further. We designed it with your needs in mind: how you interact, how you share, and how you view photos when you’re on the go,” noted Markus Spiering, Product Head, Flickr.
Here is a look at the Flickr for Android 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
- 1TB free storage
- Works with Android 2.3.3 or above
- Version: 2.0
- Size 13MB
Download from Google Play