Flickr – the Yahoo owned enormous photo sharing website’s official application is now available for iPad. There is no doubt that Flickr is the best and most popular photo sharing service out there and their dedicated app was available only for Android, iOS and other major mobile platforms.
However, to expand the user base, Flickr has launched their very own application for iPad. This new Flickr for iPad is available for iOS 8 and later versions. Actually, this is the larger version of Flickr for iPhone. There is a huge similarity between the iPhone and iPad version of Flickr. Most of the features, options, filter and all the other things are quite same as iPhone version of Flickr. But, you will get a better eyesight since the display would be bigger at this time.
All you need to do is sign in to Flickr with valid credentials. After that, you can do whatever you want. You can capture photos, upload captured photos, edit images if something is missing, check your own photos as well as your friends’ albums and so on. You will get an in-built camera button inside the application like other mobile version of Flickr app. On the other hand, you can also use your native camera to capture images and use those through Flickr.
Alike the Instagram app, this Flickr app also provides some basic as well as advanced editing features. You can use plenty of filters, auto fix images, crop and more others. This is also possible to adjust brightness, contrast, white balance, sharpness and few other things before uploading any photo to Flickr.
As this Flickr app has the ability to integrate the native share extension of iOS 8, you can easily share your photos on different social networking sites and other places including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and more others. You can also send any image through email using the same iOS 8 share extension. Alike web version of Flickr, you can use Favorite and Comment options too via the iPad version.
Actually, this app is a compact version and hence this is very easy-to-use. There is need to have an expert knowledge on Flickr or iPad apps. All the options are organized as well.
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