And the photo saga continues.
Instagram disconnects, Twitter releases new photo editing capabilities, Pinterest adds supports for Twitter cards and now Flickr has jumped into the fray with a new iOS app that fully integrates with Twitter. And Facebook. And Tumblr.
And it may make Instagrammarians consider relocating.
Mashable reported that Flickr’s new app is pretty fantastic:
Flickr’s beautifully-designed iOS app — the updated version of which arrived in the App Store on Wednesday morning — has been built completely from the ground up. It comes with a fully integrated Twitter experience, as well as photo filters. (It also integrates with Tumblr andFoursquare).
The service’s 80 million users can now upload, edit and add photo-filters to images via its iPhone app. The 15 photo filters — which are named for animals, from the panda and chinchilla to mammoth and aardvark — are powered by Aviary, the same mobile software development company running Twitter’s new photo filter features.
Well! We had to check this out:
And, from someone fond of sharing images on multiple platforms, I have to say I don’t see much reason to keep posting on Instagram – even with the third party workarounds and the IFTTT recipe. Do you?
(Woman about to leave image from Shutterstock)
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