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This update to Flickr for iOS is more of a redesign than a point update. It also obeys the 2012 filtering law of photo apps that states that if an app can take or handle photos, then it must follow that the app also have filtering options.
Filter snark aside, this app is far better than the old app that users wrestled with for years.
The wait is over for users of iOS 6 who may have wanted to reach places such as Mildura — but you wouldn't know it if you asked the iFans shouting at the internet.
Apparently, this app isn't beautiful enough and doesn't do enough 3D fly-bys to make them happy.
We'd rather have a mapping app that works, has public transit information, and actually looks pretty good — probably better than the current Android version, as well.
If that isn't your thing, you can still enjoy being lost and looking at the wonderful kerning that Apple Maps offers.
And if anyone tells you that this was all part of Apple's master plan, ask to have a mouthful of whatever they are drinking; it's Christmastime, after all.
The file-storage cloud service has updated its iOS app, and shifted its focus to photos.
The app now offers the ability to automatically upload photos from the iPhone's camera roll. Whether it will follow the 2012 filtering law of photo apps remains to be seen.