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Flickr adds filters to its new app for iOS

Flickr adds filters to its new app for iOS

Flickr, the popular photo social network, has joined the fashion offer users the ability to set filters to your photos in their new app for . The truth is that had long been declining and make any changes needed to continue to attract attention.

Instagram is a success, at least so far. It has grown exponentially since its inception and currently has over 100 million users. Its simple filters and incorporating social network have catapulted him to where he is now.

has made a move to try to position itself at the top as it was before. Many users are demanding a redesign of the platform as it has not been updated in many years. Other newer services such as 500px, for example, show the photos in a much bigger size to give them the importance they deserve and excel.

To renew, Flickr has launched an app for iOS with a fresh and modern to suit the requests. This was inspired by Instagram interface and Application already available for Android devices. It has also introduced 16 ready to apply different filters to your photos. Note that the filters and easy image editing the Aviary. This shows once again that the fast by default processed photographs attract many consumers.

In addition, users can perform all actions related to the groups from the mobile device itself. Flickr is different from other competitors thanks to its small user communities. It’s a big plus and many are developing similar ideas.

A new feature that most caught my attention is to be able to view photos taken near where we are today because of the positioning capabilities possessed by mobile.

With this release clearly sighted bet Yahoo did the mobile environment. In fact, last week we reported on the acquisition of OnTheAir to establish videoconferencing.

Will Flickr attract new users with these new features? We’ll see what the future holds.

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