Last year Yahoo made a jaw-dropping announcement that its Flickr users would get the storage to 1TB. Now the software firm headed by Marissa Mayer has updated the same app for Android and iOS devices. Thus now the Flickr users will not only get access to 1TB of storage capacity but also get a wide number of features engraved in it. The imaging via Flickr will now take the users to another level altogether.
The latest update will take the Flickr to version 3.0. The update is a massive one and brings a major change in the user interface. It should be noted that the update has arrived for both iOS and Android devices.
After the update has been installed in your iPhone, you will see a whole new range of 14 live filters , while the Android app also has a new filters. Both the Android and iPhone apps get new editing tools via the update.
The update also brings a major change in the video taking experience as well. Now the app lets you record 30 seconds of HD video on iPhone and use the same live filters available with photos.
Here are the other features of the Flickr 3.0 version for iPhone and Android:
New Search can be found now in the app, which allows the users to search all of Flickr for photos, people and groups by time and date, such as February and 2013, and also geo-location.
The Auto Sync feature lets you upload all the images and video automatically to your account privately, so that you can share them easily.
Privacy indicator is a New Public view for your photos on your profile to see which photos are private and which photos are visible to the public.
Batch-Editing is an incredible feature that allows the users to organize photos and videos into albums, change their privacy or delete them.
You can also add people to your photo titles and your comments by entering the @ sign. Flickr will automatically suggest names of people while you are typing. Hashtag can also be used here on. Users will also get a new sharing options to Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook.