Posts Tagged ‘Flickr’

As has been the case for a few years, Flickr has shared figures on the past 12 months worth of photo uploads to the service, creating some interesting data which highlights what kind of cameras were used to take photos that can be found in its databases. As has become something of a trend, the iPhone makes up a sizeable chunk of the uploads – so much so that it remains the most popular camera around for those who upload their images to the social sharing and image storage website.

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Flickr has announced its annual stats for the year 2016, and not so surprisingly, Apple’s iPhone once again tops the list of most popular camera on the photo sharing service.

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Apple’s iPhone topped the list of most popular camera being used on Flickr in year 2015. Canon EOS took second place followed by Nikon D in third.

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Although Instagram has taken the mobile world by storm over the past couple of years – enough so to prompt Facebook into shelling out a cool billion dollars to acquire it – Yahoo!-owned Flickr is a veteran of the photo-sharing game. It may not boast the kind of popularity of the app founded by Burbn Inc., but it does offer an altogether more full-on experience, rather than the simple crop-and-filter job offered by Instagram. Flickr’s position as the true service of choice for photography lovers has been outlined once again today in an update for the iOS app, which now offers a very robust set of editing tools for pro and wannabe photographers alike. More details can be found after the break.

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If you are an unforgiving Instagram member who has been actively using the photo-sharing service from the beginning, then the recent well-publicized change to the company’s terms of service could be the final trigger point needed to make you cut all ties with the network. If you are one of the ones who have been around from the beginning and have uploaded countless photographs to share with your followers, then all is not lost, thanks to the new Freethephotos service that allows users to easily migrate their uploaded Instagram images across to a Flickr account.

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Following on from the release of a bunch of new Mail apps for a number of platforms, Yahoo! has pushed out an update to its Flickr app for iPhone, the key feature being – yep, you’ve guessed it – photo filtering facilities. Version 2.0 of the Flickr for iPhone app also sports a newly-designed interface, and thanks to the Aviary SDK (which Twitter also utilized with its own mobile client), there are quite a few editing options available to users of the popular network.

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It may seem like a strange way to judge the success of a smartphone, but the charts Flickr releases of the most popular devices used for taking photos for the social imaging site are interesting nevertheless.

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Android has been somewhat slow when it comes to catching up with official software from the big guns out there. Today, another baby step was taken when the official Flickr app for Android was made available for download on the Android Market.

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The iPhone 4 is now the most used camera on Flickr. That’s camera, not camera phone. While the iPhone 4 has been the most used camera phone for some time, Flickr’s numbers now show that the fourth generation handset is actually now the source of most photos on the site.

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Windows 7 enables searching for content on remote locations right from the Explorer itself. Integrating federated search into Windows gives users the benefits of using familiar tools and workflows to search remote data.

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