Added feature is Photo Sessions which allows you and others from anywhere in the world to browse your photos and chat about them simultaneously.
Flickr has long been the dominant image and video hosting site on the interwebs, allowing users to share and embed personal photographs with family, friends, and even complete strangers.
With smartphones now allowing users to take quality pictures on the go the ability to uplaod and share them with others on Flickr is more important than ever.
Flickr’s already had an iPhone app, but it wasn’t until just recently that it added an app for Android. The Flickr Android app allows you to take, enhance, and then share photos with your family and friends on Flickr, Facebook,. Twitter, Tumblr, WordPress, and email.
It also sports a feature called “Photo Session” which allows in-sync browsing of your photos. Create a Photo Session, invite your friends and then browse your photos together in real-time. While viewing a photo everyone can chat about or draw on it as if they were in the same room., and when you flip to the next photo it moves for everyone else too. This allows you to truly share a photo viewing experience with others.
Other features include:
- Share photos only with the people you want to with easy privacy settings.
- Full screen browsing and slideshows for your photos, contacts photos, or public Flickr photos.
- Add titles, descriptions, comments and tags.
So if you use Flickr, or even if you don’t, I highly recommend giving this app a look. It’ll liberate your smartphone’s photo library and allow you to share the experiences behind each and every one.