Flickr for Android Gets Updated, Has Enhanced UI, New Editing Function

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  • 24 Aug 2012
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  • Flickr’s Android app has just been updated to version 1.5.0 and although the app stays small in storage, at 4.9 MB, the improvements are pretty good. This free piece of software now brings a new UI, including a new horizontal swiping system, that makes navigation between photos easier.

    There’s also an iOS-style pull to refresh feature for pages, allowing them to display new content. It also adds the ability to edit descriptions and metadata on the photos that are already present, something that you could only do on the Flickr website till now. Finally, there’s a dialog option that allows users to choose some camera software other than the one offered by Flickr to take pictures. Everything has been made to feel and look like on iOS, so you’re not deprived of anything in the new version.

    Other improvements include enhanced search, seeing HTML content in comments and descriptions and various bug fixes. You can get the app from here and know that it supports full screen browsing and slideshows for photos, contact photos and more.

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    SOURCE: The Verge
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