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Eternal Storms launches Flickr client for Mac

updated 06:35 pm EDT, Sat March 14, 2009

Flickr client for Mac

Eternal Storms on Friday launched the full version of its Flickr image client for the Mac, Flickery. Originally released in May 2008 as a public beta, the finished product comes complete with several added features and bug fixes. New functions include the ability to browse and add to groups, to view contact's favourites and photosets, and support for multiple photosets or groups at once. In addition, fixes have been made to performance and memory issues when adding photos for upload, and to a variety of bugs. Performance improvements have also been made that were mentioned by public beta testers.

Flickery is a photo editing and organization application that allows users to upload photos, organize them into groups and photosets, to browse and add to favourites, and to view other contact's photos, photosets, and favourites. Editing capabilities include resizing, cropping, rotating and running filters on the pictures. Flickery also has the ability to take pictures within the program by using the Macs built-in iSight.

Flickery is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 or later and has an introductory price of $13. The software comes with a 15-day free-trial, and will eventually increase its price to $19 when the introductory offer ends.






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