Popular Yahoo photo service, Flickr, has finally released an Android app into the Market. Not exactly sure what took them so long but if you’ve been using their service since back in ’00, I’m sure this will come as a welcomed release. The Flickr app is actually quite full featured with its own dedicated camera app allowing you to add custom filters and easily share your freshly snapped pics with your favorite social networks. If you never found yourself jumping on the Flickr bandwagon you always have the option of signing directly from the app. One thing severly lacking is any kind of tablet support where a dedicated app like this could be extremely useful. You can download Flickr for free right now from the Android Market.
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