Developer: Matthias Gansrigler
Current Version: 1.9.43
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 5.2 MB - Download
--- MacLife Editor's Choice ---
flickery is a great new way to use and enjoy flickr with your Mac.
Whether you want to share, download, browse, comment or manage photos on flickr, flickery has got you covered.
- Upload videos and photos after retouching them, adding tags, titles, descriptions and gps locations
- Converts RAW files and video files that are not supported by flickr
- Use twitter to announce uploads, galleries, groups, photosets or items you like
- Organize photos and videos in your photostream with photosets and groups
- Manage your favorites and galleries
- Tag your items with a little help from the integrated tags browser
- Extensive search options - search by text, tags, users and even locations
- Follow all of your contacts' uploads or browse them one by one
- Enjoy great shots in "Explore", look for items taken near your current location and check out shots in your groups
- Use the browser to take a quick look at items
- Use the windowed mode to get a more detailed look
- Use the fullscreen mode to see nothing but the photo or video in full detail
and many more...
--- What customers say about flickery ---
"This is great!" - Ian, UK App Store, 5 Star Review
"A dream come true for all flickr users!" - Alexander, Austrian App Store, 5 Star Review
"flickr Deluxe" - Bastian, German App Store , 5 Star Review
"A reason to date Flickr again" - Ghostbeezy, US App Store, 5 Star Review
--- What the Press says about flickery ---
"Flickery is faster, cleaner, and arguably an all-around better experience than Flickr." - Mac|Life
"flickery's a great application for both novice and serious Flickr users, it looks fantastic and it's very simple to use." - Macworld.com
"The search is excellent, and the additional features such as organizing sets and favorites make flickery one of the best desktop Flickr experiences I've found." - tuaw.com
Learn to love flickr all over again - by using it the Mac way: with flickery!
flickery requires an internet connection to browse and upload to flickr.
For all the latest news on flickery be sure to follow @flickeryApp or @eternalstorms on Twitter!
- Fixed a few minor bugs for OS X Yosemite
I am currently hard at work on flickery 2.0. For more information on its progress you can follow me on twitter (@flickeryApp or @eternalstorms) or check my blog at http://blog.eternalstorms.at
Most Helpful Reviews
A reason to date Flickr again - I'm going to get this out there. As a UI, I hate flickr. I hated downloading greasemonkey to make it possible to upload to more than one group. I hate the clunky UI and the fact it's just not as pretty as it should be. Flickery will change all of that for you. First, It's a native feel, it looks like Aperture 3. I have Aperture, but I don't like it managing my Flickr Stream as it just doesn't feel natural. This makes the transition and uploads smoother, It's easy to upload. I like the way it makes groups, excellent. Second, It's great with locations. I can find pictures near me, in an area. I love the fact it'll make searching and making new ideas on flickr possible. II won't be worring about any kind of block. I will click on an area and instantly have ideas. Thats just included in the UI of this. Third, Commenting. Commenting is natural in feel, easy to interact with. I love that it's a side menu pop-in. So is EXIF data, and information about the picture. All of this has a very "apple" feel to it. I love it's clean features, it's easy to use. If you're a flickr Pro? You need this. If you're a flickr newbie? You'll adore this, and it'll enrich flickr. You'd be mistaken not to buy this. A+ app.
Very limited capabilities - I purchased this to make organizing my photos easier, but this doesn't really help me do that. I'm still using the Flickr website to get things done. Specific issues: - No negative searches. i.e. "Items not geotagged", "Items not in a set", etc. - No complex searches. i.e. "Items in both these sets" - Cached EXIF data won't refresh, even after I clear the cache. - No way to search by a specific EXIF data tag. - No way to remove an item from a set. This makes no sense at all. - No way to see all the sets a item is a member of. - No way to move an item from one set to another – copy only, but then you are unable to remove it from the original set. - No way to quickly see if an item is geotagged. You have to open a map and look for the pin on each and every photo. - No way to set the Lat/Long of an item – You must pick a spot on a map. - No way to upload directly into the right set. You must first upload and then move it into a set. - Not capable of reading the geotag on a video file (.mov via iPhone4) and therefore uploads videos with that information stripped. - It tags every upload with a link back to the developer's website. This app is targeted toward people who are creating new sets and uploading new photos. I'm sure it works fine for that. But to organize photo's already uploaded is not possible given the limited ability to work with sets, making this a complete waste of money for me.
More Reviews for Current Version
Total junk don’t waste your money or time. - $15 for an app that with in 30 seconds of launch spins up the cpu fan on my top of the line mid 2014 mbp retina. And as far as I can tell this app provides nothing over the flickr website. But to be honest I can’t even run it for more than a min before I get totally annoyed with the fan running at full speed for no reason. I might have lived with it if it didn’t spin the fan up to top speed for no reason. I mean what’s so CPU intensive about looking at one image? Makes me wonder is this app mining freaking bitcoins in the background or what? Do not waste your time or money.
Dead application, DO NOT BUY - This application is dead. The developer no longer mentions it in any capacity, and it no longer receives updates. Do not spend $15 on it. It should be removed from the App Store, it becomes less likely to work with every release.\ I’ve moved on to F-Stop.
Doesn’t work - Unable to authorize my flickr account, so it’s useless app.