Watch out Instagram, Flickr introduces new iPhone App

Dec. 12, 2012 at 12:58 PM
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Flickr's new iPhone App is unlike anything you've seen before! Just Kidding. The App is pretty much a different version of Instagram with the added bonus ability to crop photos and keep them in separate folders, which is, well, pretty cool.

The latest update of the image hosting website allows users to capture, share, and discover images on the go.

"We know that some of your best photo moments happen on the fly, so we’ve made it easier to get the perfect shot when inspiration hits. Once you get the shot, there’s a built-in editor to quickly correct, crop, or enhance it with one of the new high res filters," Flickr stated about the update.

Among the new features on the App (any resemblance to Instragram is purely coincidental) is the ability take pictures, edit them, tag them and share them on social media directly from Flickr. For a more detailed description of what's new, check out this cool video introducing the App.

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