Eternal Storms Software today is pleased to announce the immediate
availability of a substantial update for flickery, advancing it to
version 1.8. flickery is a unique desktop flickr client for Mac OS X
10.5 which combines the flickr photo-community with the ease-of-use and
elegance of Mac OS X.
With flickery, the user can easily upload photos and videos to your
flickr photostream (featuring photo editing capabilities like resizing,
flipping, cropping, rotating and applying filters as well as
video-trimming options), organize items in photosets and groups, browse
your favorites and add to them, check out gorgeous photos available in
"Explore" and take a look at your contacts’ photos, photosets or
favorites. Search the entire flickr database for a particular shot.
Browse all the Groups you have joined. flickery lets you do it all.
flickery 1.8 features a new and improved info panel, allowing users
to comment on items more quickly and – most importantly – while they’re
viewing an item, view metadata information of items, and edit their own
items at any time – even when in fullscreen mode.
Maps, however, is the big one in this software update. flickery now
allows the user to search for items based on location with a click on a
map, or by just entering the name of a landmark. When browsing photos
with GPS metadata, more items in that location can be shown, as well as
their location on the Map for easy orientation.
New features in version 1.8 include:
* Google Maps for searching and showing location of items
* New and improved info panel with instant info
* EXIF information added
* "Nearby" search item to look for items nearby (Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard only)
All in all, this version of flickery includes about 30 new features,
improvements and bugfixes throughout the application. For a more
detailed list of changes, please refer to the release notes. For the
user’s convenience, there are updated screencasts available to help
learn flickery’s (new) functionality.
"With flickery 1.8, we wanted to give our users something really
useful and fun", said Matthias Gansrigler of Eternal Storms Software.
"We ourselves can’t stop browsing flickr with flickery just by clicking
on landmarks on the Map. It is an amazing new way to look for a
* Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, Universal Binary
* For flickery to run, an internet connection is mandatory
* A flickr account is not necessary, but it is highly recommended
Pricing and Availability:
flickery has a 15-day fully functional trial available. For users that
have already exceeded the 15-day trial period, this update adds seven
more days to test the new version. After the trial period has passed,
users can purchase the application for $19.20 (USD) or 14.90 Euro.
Student prices and special rates are available. Version 1.8 comes as a
free update for existing customers.
Members of MacHeist who have received flickery as a gift can purchase
an upgrade at a discounted price of $9.95 or 7.50 Euro to be able to