May 09

IFlickr is no new app, but as it’s really quite cool, i will write a quick post about it.

Iflickr is a tool that has some very nifty features.

It allows you to upload any picture from your iPhone. This includes new pictures you take with the app or pictures from your cameraroll.

What i Personally think is a very cool feature is the geotagging. The picutures you upload have there location description automatically pulled from the network and added.

1) Let’s locate the app in the installer and install it.

2) Before you start the app, make sure you have a yahoo account. You can signup here.

3) Let’s start the app. On opening the first time it will show you the camera screen and then ask you to enter you flickr account data.

4) After you have entered your login data, you will be asked to bind the app to your login information. Please do so.

5) Now your iFlickr is connected to your Flickr account. Go back to your app and start it again.

On starting your app, the camera is closed, here you can chose to make a new picture (press the camera button) or take one of your pictures in the camera roll.
Then you can chose to add details or directly send to flickr or e-mail the picture.
when you chose to upload to flickr, you will see some extra options.

-Privacy (posts your pictures to your private folder on flickr)
-Geotag (automatically add’s your geobased location information)
-Title (add’s your title)
-Description(add’s a description)
-Tagg (add’s tags to)

6) The options button let’s you set the same settings but as general.

This little app is available in the through the official apptapp packaging source, see our sources page.


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2 Responses to “iFlickr post your iPhone pictures to Flicker”

  1. Stu Says:

    Anyone else getting an error when trying to download this from the installer?

  2. Stu Says:

    I was just being stupid… I hadn’t authenticated my wifi :P All sorted now, and working a treat.

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