Flickr For iPhone Updated To Version 2.01.772 Bringing Better Sharing Features

Posted on Dec 19 2012 - 7:22pm by Muhammad Umer

Flickr App for iPhone is updated to version 2.01.772, bringing some interesting features that were missing in previous version of app. It’s a perfect time of releasing a major update because its competitor Instagram is under hard criticism due to its latest policy.

What’s new in this update?

Now you can find your Twitter friends on Flickr and will receive a notification when your Facebook friend will join Yahoo’s photo sharing service. You will also receive an alert when your Flickr friend comments on a photo after yourself.

Update also have fixed the Google sign-in and other important bugs

Here’s an official changelog:

  • Better visibility of images uploads status
  • It’s now easier than ever to share your Flickr photos on Facebook
  • Receive an instant alert when your Facebook friends join Flickr
  • Find your Twitter friend easily
  • Issues with Google sign-in resolved
  • Fixed many other bugs

If you haven’t installed this app on your iOS Device, I say it’s a right time to do so. It won’t cost you a dime. It’s a healthy sign that under its new CEO Marissa Mayer Yahoo has started focusing on mobile.

In beginning of this month, Yahoo released a major update of their e-mail client Yahoo Mail for iPhone, which is now more efficient than ever. It also introduced several interesting features i.e. auto complete of email address, incoming email messages alert, search folders and many more.

Flickr is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

Try Flickr and let us know your experience.

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My name is Umer from Pakistan, I love anything to do with iPhone and iPad or iOS related so I built this blog.

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