Cloudswave Score for Flickr
Rating based on 7 Critic Reviews
Michael Muchmore, on Pc Mag
Even after a redesign that drew heat from longtime users, Flickr is still the best place online for your digital photos.
-Beautiful presentation of photos.
-1 terabyte of free storage.
-Good organization tools.
-Great community features with photo interest groups of every flavor.
-Basic online photo editing with Aviary.
-Black background on photo page doesn't work well with black-background photos.
-Map not displayed on photo page.
-User has no control over layout of profile page.
Jason Parker, on Cnet
If you like see what you're friends are shooting or want a way to share your photography skills, the Flickr app for iOS offers better browsing and new filters to make your photos pop.
Jarel Remick, on AppStorm
Social, easy and with many integration options, Flickr is your Facebook of photo storage and sharing services. It’s super affordable, very well designed and, from what I’ve experienced of the web interface, functions very well. While it will do the job for professionals, there are other options available that would offer more power, control and features.
Katherine McEntire, on TopTenReviews
Flickr Pro is a great online photo sharing service to consider when looking for a way to get your photos noticed by others. It is also a good place to share your photos with others. Because you can set up groups and have complete control over who views your photos, you can feel confident that your photos are safe.
Liz Masoner, on About.com
What I Like About It
-Ability to Tag Licensing Notices
-Photo Visibility Settings
What I Don't Like About It
-It's a Dumping Ground for Bad Photos
Flickr is an excellent photo sharing site with the one minor drawback of any visitors having to have an account to view their snaps. The bandwidth for uploading photos each month is also quite limited, but technically you do get unlimited space. If you opt for a Pro account the bandwidth restrictions are lifted, you can upload HD video and browse photos ad-free. For the very reasonable price that Flickr charge we reckon this is well worth the money and would recommend anyone to upgrade their account. Whatever you decide to do Flickr still provides an excellent level of service and would be an excellent choice for anyone.
Stephen Qualtrough, on Compared and Reviewed
This hugely well-known photo sharing website boasts a real community for you and your photos. Connect, store, search, share and show-off your photos online. Flickr is the convenient, simple-to-use gold standard in photo sharing.
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