Flickr for iOS Adds Auto Upload & Auto Straightening Features

October 11, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 3 Comments |
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Flickr have updated their iOS app to include new auto upload and auto straightening features. Auto upload enables users to automatically send photos from their iOS device to their Flickr accounts  Flickr says: "Up until now, you’ve had to upload photos from your iPhone manually. That can be a really painful and time-consuming process. We’re introducing Auto Upload for iOS 7 users to automatically save your photos to Flickr, securely and privately, until you’re ready to to edit and share them." The auto straightening feature is pretty much what it says on the tin, with Flickr claiming that it's a "tool that works like magic when your photo is just a little bit off."

Source: Flickr Blog



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#1 HDRGuy

This is nice update if you upload your photos to Flickr from iOS devices but I always upload my photos from my PC, It's more simple for me..

6:36 pm - Saturday, October 12, 2013

#2 Red

"Up until now, you’ve had to upload photos from your iPhone manually. That can be a really painful and time-consuming process."

Time consuming maybe but "really painfull" ? I was never hurt while uploading pics from my phone. Which moron writes these press releases ?

9:54 am - Sunday, October 13, 2013

#3 Joe

Auto straighten alone is a huge feature!

8:15 pm - Monday, October 14, 2013