Yahoo today updated its Flickr photo sharing app to version 3.0, introducing a major design overhaul that revamps the look and feel of the app. Aiming to make capturing and editing photos easier, the app features 14 live filters for the app’s camera, allowing users to see what edits will look like before an image is captured.
The app also has a cleaner, better organized grid-style gallery view for browsing through photos and its camera capture and filter menu now resembles Instagram’s successful image editing layout. Searching for captured photos is easier, with a revamped “intelligent” search engine that can filter by date, time, place, and even scenes and objects like “car” or “sunset.”
A new Auto Sync feature lets users upload photos from the camera roll to Flickr automatically, creating a cloud-based backup of all iPhone images. As announced last year, Flickr provides all of its users with 1TB of free storage space.
Video recording, previously unavailable in the Flickr app, is has also been added, allowing Flickr to compete with other photo and video sharing services like Instagram and Vine. There are simple video customization features available and the new live filters also apply to video footage.
Welcome to Flickr 3.0! We have completely rebuilt and redesigned the app to make it simple, beautiful, and easy to use.
– Capture everything: Take stunning photos and videos. We make it easy.
– Save it all: All your pictures in one place. Take them everywhere.
– Advanced editing: Gorgeous live filters. Powerful editing tools. All for free.
– Capture the world in all new HD video you can share to Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter.
– Explore our editing tools: Levels, Crop, Color Balance, Contrast, Saturation and more.
– Follow friends and the world’s best photographers. Always discover something new.
– Customize your privacy settings so you can make a photo as public or private as you like.
– Take lots of photos! Everyone gets 1,000GB of free storage.
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