Andrew Wilkinson

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Darkslide Flickr iPhone App Reviewed

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Darkslide is an excellent iPhone app which makes it easy to use Flickr on the move. The iPhone is a perfect partner for Flickr. Constant internet access, GPS and serviceable camera mean that you can snap away and have your photos on the internet and geotagged in seconds.

Flickr does have a mobile site and provides it user with an email address where you can email photos. On an out of the box iPhone it’s possible to get a decent Flickr experience. Emailing your photos has several disadvantages: the quality is reduced, and the photo is stripped of geotag information.

Darkslide lets you easily take and upload photos at full resolution. You can also tag, comment and browse through both your photos and others. You can also access the Flickr’s interesting feed if you’re in need of inspiration. It’s available both with and without ads, but apart from that the two versions are identical.

It’s simple, slick and just works. If you’re a Flickr user with a iPhone then it’s a must have.

Download Darkslide free.
Download Darkslide Premium ($3.99).

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Written by Andrew Wilkinson

February 19, 2009 at 1:12 pm

Posted in iphone, review

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One Response

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  1. Hi

    Totally agree. I just got it and sure love it. Shame I didn’t have it earlier.

    Thanks

    André

    May 6, 2010 at 10:12 pm


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