Boundless Typhoons Software announced today the instant availability of an upkeep update for flickery, advancing it to version 1.7.
Flickery is a singular desktop flickr customer for Mac OS X 10.5 which mixes the flickr photo-community with the ease-of-use and style of Mac OS X. Flickery 1.7 lets users customize the feel and appear of the application, adds options for uploading like autoresizing of pictures and loads more than thirty items immediately. All-in-all, flickery 1.7 provides more than 55 new features, enhancements and bug fixes.
Flickery makes it easy for flickr users to control their account. Uploading pictures and videos is a case of a few clicks and the application supplies the user with basic modifying functionality like cropping, resizing, rotating and effects. Flickery simply lets you stay in contact with your folks, chums and other contacts by the pictures they post.
Skim everybody's photostream, their faves or their photosets. If you're attempting to find a specific photograph or video, flickery helps users even with that (and a flickr account isn't even required) ! Search for just the things you would like by filtering by licenses, videos or footage, date taken or uploaded, tags, title and outline.
Version 1.7 includes:
- Preferences for uploading, downloading and perusing
- Pictures can be set as desktop footage
- Items' metadata can now be edited in windowed mode
- Increased the quantity of items loaded to a hundred
- Drag and fall to Finder now downloads items
Additionally, this variation of flickery includes over fifty smaller enhancements and bugfixes across the application. For a more in-depth list of changes, please refer to the link to the release notes. "Flickery, after around half a year on the market, already has changed into a much-used customer for the flickr platform" claimed Matthias Gansrigler of Perpetual Tempests Software. "For version 1.7 we targeted on customizability - so users can view photographs how they desire - and stability. Uploading has changed into a lot less complicated with features like autoresizing or default tags. We are extraordinarily happy with what flickery has become in this short period of time and desire everybody who owns a Mac and uses flickr to give flickery a try. For users who have recently surpassed their trial time, we have added 5 more days to try it some more."