Flickr on Android seems like a perfect match, doesn't it? Millions of people have been uploading, storing and sharing their digital snapshots, scans, and other images on Yahoo's Flickr site for years. Android devices, chiefly phones, have eclipsed digital cameras as primary snapshooters, and more photos than ever are being uploaded to Flickr. Flickr's free Android app makes the whole process much, much easier.
Soul mates: Think about it: Your phone is where Flickr needs to be. It's almost like Flickr has been waiting all along for Android.
Too easy: From the Get Started screen to uploading and sharing photos, the process of using Flickr on Android is easy and intuitive. You can sign in with your Flickr, Yahoo, Facebook, or Google accounts, or create a new account.
Auto-sync: A cloud-based auto-sync option makes for effortless uploading. Wi-Fi-Only or Wi-Fi+Cellular connection options help you control data use.
Heads up: Shouldn't you be working, studying, driving or watching where you step instead of spending time on Flickr? Though arguably the app saves enough time and effort that you can afford to spend some of it browsing Flickr's awesome albums.
Flickr and Android go together like water and wet. You take pictures with your phone and store, share, and view them on Flickr. This app cuts out the middlemen, so to speak.