The Good Flickr sports new search tools that makes it much easier to find photos in your library. The interface is extremely intuitive letting you manage your own photos or browse what others are posting.
The Bad You can't edit personal info and the app is sometimes slow to load.
The Bottom Line If you like seeing what you're friends are shooting or want a way to share your photography skills, the Flickr app offers better search and filters to make your photos pop.
Browse and share photos in style
Editor's note, June 5, 2015: This review has been updated to reflect features added in the newest version of the app.
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The only problem is, with that many photos, it makes it really hard for people to find the photos they want.
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