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Flickr client for Mac allows editing, uploading, more

updated 09:50 pm EDT, Mon May 19, 2008

Flickery for Mac

Eternal Storms Software on Monday unveiled a public beta for Flickery, a new Flickr image client for the Mac that allows Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard users to browse, view, upload, manage, and comment on photos. Flickery features a minimalist interface, which can show several photos, or just a one-up approach in either full-window or full-screen. Eternal Storms Software is running a public beta of the software from now until June 30th, and is currently free to try.

Flickery allows users to create snapshots with a Mac's built-in iSight, and can upload files resident on the hard drive to Flickr. Users can also edit, crop, rotate, or add effects to images before uploading.

by MacNN Staff



  1. estranged

    Joined: Dec 1969


    iPhoto Browser

    Seems really cool, but it seems like having an iPhoto media browser would be a huge addition. My normal photo workflow involves dumping from camera into iPhoto, ranking in iPhoto, and selecting the ones to upload to Flickr. Having an iPhoto browser inside this would eliminate a tedious export step.

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