Flickr, Finally on iPad
The long wait is finally over, Flickr is now available on iPad. The photo sharing website rolled out the update on Saturday, and it comes optimised for iOS 8 and iPad Air 2.
The update comes after several users’ demand to access the facility on their iPads, because of its ease of use and of course, the stunning retina display. On the iPad, Flick can display images in high resolution by pushing up to 30,00,000 pixels per photo.
However, it’s not just a photo viewing device. iPad photographers can also use the in-app camera, which can capture images and video on the go. Users can also benefit from Flickr’s live filters and advanced editing tools, all of which come with the app.
In a blog post released by the website, the company said,
“No matter the context of your photo adventures — whether you’re socializing with friends, trekking through a market in a faraway city, or capturing the most important memories at a family wedding — you’ll never lose a pixel of the full resolution, uncompressed photos in your Flickr account. And with the 1000GB of free storage, you can upload all your photos not just your favorites!”
The app is free, and you can download it here.Tags: flickr, iOS, iPad, iOS 8, iPad Air 2, Flickr for iPad