By Matthias Gansrigler
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--- MacLife Editor's Choice ---
flickery is a great new way to use and enjoy flickr with your Mac.
Whether you want to share, download, browse, comment or manage photos on flickr, flickery has got you covered.
- Upload videos and photos after retouching them, adding tags, titles, descriptions and gps locations
- Converts RAW files and video files that are not supported by flickr
- Use twitter to announce uploads, galleries, groups, photosets or items you like
- Organize photos and videos in your photostream with photosets and groups
- Manage your favorites and galleries
- Tag your items with a little help from the integrated tags browser
- Extensive search options - search by text, tags, users and even locations
- Follow all of your contacts' uploads or browse them one by one
- Enjoy great shots in "Explore", look for items taken near your current location and check out shots in your groups
- Use the browser to take a quick look at items
- Use the windowed mode to get a more detailed look
- Use the fullscreen mode to see nothing but the photo or video in full detail
and many more...
--- What the Users say about flickery ---
"This is great!" - Ian, UK App Store, 5 Star Review
"A dream come true for all flickr users!" - Alexander, Austrian App Store, 5 Star Review
"flickr Deluxe" - Bastian, German App Store , 5 Star Review
"A reason to date Flickr again" - Ghostbeezy, US App Store, 5 Star Review
--- What the Press says about flickery ---
"Flickery is faster, cleaner, and arguably an all-around better experience than Flickr." - Mac|Life
"flickery's a great application for both novice and serious Flickr users, it looks fantastic and it's very simple to use." - Macworld.com
"The search is excellent, and the additional features such as organizing sets and favorites make flickery one of the best desktop Flickr experiences I've found." - tuaw.com
Learn to love flickr all over again - by using it the Mac way: with flickery!
flickery requires an internet connection to browse and upload to flickr.
For all the latest news on flickery be sure to follow @eternalstorms on Twitter!
What's New in Version 1.9.36
- Compatibility with OS X 10.9
- Implemented new flickr-limits (200 MB for photos, 1 GB/3 minutes for videos)
- Minor fixes and improvements
overall this app seems pretty solid. definatley better than the web-interface. Developer is quick to respond with tech help as well!
once the app can implement multipe user logins, as well as a bit more reliable uploading…it will be a 4 1/2 start app!
best app of the worst
I can’t believe non of the flickr apps worth $1 and all app’s developers abandoned their lousy apps.
It uploaded 1-2 batch and then it completely stop working. Upload button doesn’t do anything.
over all, very buggy
First day review:
Uploading unreliable… two crashes in 3 attempts. Successfully uploaded 10 pix, attempted 57. I was hoping that upload function would be worth the money, since other upload methods to the new flickr, including flickrs’ own, are buggy as well. *thumbs down* perhaps the problem COULD be on flickr’s end.
I added two new faves to my fave list from the flickr website… even though I opened the app AFTER the two new faves were faved, they didn’t show up in the app until i cleared the cache, even if i left the page, left the faves section, etc… everything short of re-opening the app.
Search results are erratic… same search returns different results on same data.
Only shows comments for the last week- no setting to change that.
Only shows a few of the recent uploads of my contacts. No setting for how many for each contact. I haven’t yet found the “secret” of how many are displayed.
Comment text WAY WAY too small- no adjustment setting. Buddy icon on comments displays as html text, not as icon… makes reading comments even more difficult and confusing. When you add the html to the tiny text, it is pretty much worthless.
Cycling through one page at a time with no skip provision is very awkward for large accounts.
Contacts names are displayed as their real name, not the familiar screen name, this is oftentimes confusing (and the buddy icons are too small)
Things I like:
1. The interface is very familiar and looks good.
2. The ability to change the thumbnail size *big thumbs up*
3. Big huge pictures (but you have to wait for them to load)
4. In the big huge picture mode, you get a clear thumbnail while the big pic loads- this allows you to skip the pic immediately without waiting for the entire large pic to load if, from the thumbnail, you decide you don’t really wnat to see it. Flickr could learn a LOT from this.
5. One click to go to the actual Flickr page
6. Over all, loading pix is s.l.o.w. but still better than the new flickr and it doesn’t jump around like flickr does
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Sep 25, 2013
- Version: 1.9.36
- Size: 5.1 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Matthias Gansrigler
- © Eternal Storms Software
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later