updated 11:12 am EDT, Wed October 9, 2013
Flickr can now automatically upload images in the background
Flickr has launched a new version of its iOS client, adding a new auto upload feature for iOS 7. Users can now allow the app to automatically upload full resolution images from the device's Camera Roll. To protect the user's privacy the images are uploaded as private files, giving users the option to only share the images that they want to. In addition, the update features automatic image straightening in the Flickr editor and a fix for Google sign-in issue. The official Flickr app is a free download in the App Store.
KeyCue, a tool for learning and remembering keyboard shortcuts, has been updated with a new look and customizable themes. The software comes with eight themes pre-installed, each featuring a number of customizable aspects for personalizing the software. The update also adds the ability to search for commands and corresponding shortcuts by entering a term into the search field. The upgrade to KeyCue 7 is free for anyone who purchased a license for KeyCue 6 on or after January 1st 2013. Several upgrade options are also available for other customers, while a new license sells for $27.