Flickr is a great social photo site that kept us all busy before the growth of Facebook and now Google+. Whenever an app is created that allows users to take back their own photos its usually short lived and blasted by Flickr. Why? These are our photos. The fact a competitor came up with the latest app to rescue your photos is a bit hilarious but has a solid point: Flickr is not where most want to be to share their work.
I have changed to a non-pro account and now use Flickr mostly for mobile or social media photography. The limits of 300mb uploads are fine for now. If anything, I can use my Zenfolio site, my blog, or G+.
How are you using Flickr these days and do you want an app that lets you download copies of your photos if you choose to do so?
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