FlickrBucket is simple Flickr uploader.

Drag your photos to FlickrBucket, that's all.
After upload, the direct URL(or formatted code of your taste) will be copied to clipboard automatically.

Share the link over Twitter, give it to your friends on Facebook, paste into your blog post.


***** "This app just works. It is extremely easy, non-fussy and reliable to use and is making short work of uploading my large photo library. I have an interest in photography and have been very frustrated by the uploaders in both iPhoto and more recently Aperture"

***** "This is the only Flickr uploader on Mac OS X I have used that can handle more than 4000+ images in a single upload without crashing. I dropped 12,000 images into this app and in seconds the upload started.Thank you."


- Simple to use.

- Upload by drag & drop.

- Automatically copy to clipboard with various formats.

- Automatically open Direct URL or Flickr photo page after upload.

- Upload multiple photos.

- Multiple Flickr accounts support.

- Set default visibility (public/private/friends/family)

- History of uploaded photos.

- Personalize upload window position.

- URL/Flickr photo page/Markdown/HTML/BBCode formats available when copying to clipboard.

What's New

Version 1.1.0

- Fixed SSL issue

- Fixed authorization issue

Customer Reviews

Thanks for the quick fix!


The developer was quick to update the app after flickr changed their API to require SSL. I'm still hopeful for video upload support in a future update.

Works great…would be nice to have set support


The official Flickr uploader kept freezing up after just a few photos. FlickrBucket has been uploading my photos all morning without a hiccup. On that note, it's great.

The only knock against it is the lack of set support. I would like to be able to upload to specific sets, but the easy workaround is to just use Flickrs set organization tools post-upload.

Overall, a great app.

No support


Click the links to teh support sites above. Both of them go to a website that doesn't exist.

Like others said, you can't drag a folder to this application. So, if you have your photos organized at all.. you can't use FlickrBucket to back them up to Flickr (which was my intended plan). So, unless you have all your photos in one folder, this isn't the app for you. And, when it stops working, it's unlikely you're going to get any help!


Yunseok Kim
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