Today Yahoo’s photo-sharing service, Flickr, rolled out a fresh update to its iOS app. This version of the mobile application brings a new Auto Upload feature, which simply places new photos in your camera roll to Flickr. Images are uploaded incrementally starting with 25 of the most recent photos, as they’ll be automatically uploaded in full resolution.
In addition to Auto Upload, the updated version of Flickr brings another feature called Auto Straighten. It’s simple function is to automatically straighten your photos using the in-app editor within the application user interface. Rounding out the rest of the new goodies is the typical bug fixes to help stability and compatibility issues.
If you haven’t updated your Flickr app as of yet, head over to the link down below.
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