Getting started with Flickr’s new iPhone app

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Getting started with Flickrs new iPhone app

Flickr updated its iPhone app today, ushering in a new design and features, including photo filters similar to those the world has fallen in love with over at Instagram. Allow me to walk you through the radically changed Flickr for iPhone app.

(Credit: Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET)

When you first launch the app, you’ll need to sign up via Facebook or sign in to your account via Yahoo, Facebook, or Google. After logging in, you’ll see a layout akin to Instagram’s. Running along the bottom edge are five buttons to navigate the main areas of the app. From left to right they take you to the contacts and groups page; the explore page, where you can view interesting or nearby photos; camera mode to snap a photo or grab one from your camera roll; your profile page, where you can view your photo stream and activity; and a section dubbed More that includes search, settings, and a friend finder.

(Credit: Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET)

On the Contacts/Groups page, you can swipe vertically through either set of users to view photos as you can with your Instagram feed, but you can also swipe horizontally on a photo to see additional shots from that contact or group. Tapping on a photo expands it, and if you… [Read more]

Getting started with Flickrs new iPhone app

Getting started with Flickrs new iPhone app

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