While Flickr already worked on iPad, it was just a blown-up version of the iPhone app. It did not look very good and it did not offer much to users either.
But this is the past. Flickr has now rolled out a new app, dedicated to the iPad, from which you can access all your photos, organise them, improve them and view them in full resolution, all from your iOS tablet.
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The new Flickr app for the iPad is taking full advantage of iOS8 and offers up to 3 million pixels per photo. Even better, you can now also improve your pictures with live filters and a set of professional editing tools!
Flickr may have taken the time to come up with a proper app for iPad users but many will agree that it was well worth the wait. The app takes full advantages of iOS8 and delivers an amazing way to organise, edit and view your photos.
If you already have Flickr on your iOS device, just update it today. If not, download the app on the App Store. Available around the world in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish Portuguese, Indonesian, Korean, Chinese, and Vietnamese.
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Cover image by ♫muxu on Flickr.
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