Flickr, one of the best and most popular photo sharing and uploading website from Yahoo has got a facelift, and that comes good for the users with the new limit for the total storage space and a few improvements which are all useful to the end user. One of the best news for the users and uploaders, is that they get 1 terabyte of space storage in their account, and there’s an approximate count shown for the number of uploads possible for the particular megapixel quality of the camera you are using.
Flickr gets Biggr
- 1 terabyte = 1,747,626 – 2.0 megapixel photos
- 1 terabyte = 699,050 – 5.0 megapixel photos
- 1 terabyte = 436,906 – 8.0 megapixel photos
- 1 terabyte = 291,271 – 12.0 megapixel photos
- 1 terabyte = 218,453 – 16.0 megapixel photos
Flickr gets Spectaculr
This basically means that you can upload pictures of any resolution, especially the full resolution pictures giving you the freedom to be original and not dampen the image size to make it occupy less space in your account. All of your photos in their original quality, beautifully displayed.
Below is the new account page as soon as you login and see the beautiful design with the latest uploaded photos from the various Flickr streams:
Flickr can be used Wherevr
This is typically to show that Flickr has got the smartphone apps for the Android devices as well as the Apple iPhones. Upload once, send to any device, any screen, any friend, and any follower.
The improved features of Flickr for both Desktop and Mobile versions include:
- The Custom filters in the Flickr app enhance your photos plus photo correction, retouching and many other tools
- Whether it be your phone, tablet, computer or the Apple TV, the app would let you access Flickr easily
- With more than 1.6 Million groups, one can easily connect with the people of similar interests and join those groups
- New justified layout photo display makes your personal photostream look amazing
- See recent photo activities from your friends and family. Make comments or mark them as favorites.
- Flexible, personal privacy options to make your photos as public or private as you want