Flickr Android App Now Speaks French, Italian, German, and More
Article by George Norman
On 16 Feb 2012
The development process of the Flickr app for Android-powered devices keeps moving forward and the latest version brings with it support for 9 new languages. This means that Flickr for Android 1.3 speaks German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese and Bahasa Indonesia.

If your Android device is set to one of these languages, the Flickr app will automatically update to match that language. So if your phone’s default language is French, the app will automatically update to French. To change to another language for the Flickr app, adjusting the language settings option on your mobile.


The Flickr for Android app was released to the public some 5 months ago, on the 28th of September to be more precise. If you don’t know what you can do with the app, let me briefly put things in perspective for you: you can shoot pics, enhance their looks, and share them with others (know in multiple languages). If that isn’t enough to make things clear for you, let’s take a closer look at the app’s functionality:
  • Shoot – the app comes with an in-app camera that lets you take beautiful high-res pics. The in-app camera features functions such as flash, ratio selection, and shutter focus.
  • Enhance – the app comes with 1- filters that you can use to modify the way your pics look. These filters, as the Flickr team put it, should help you release the inner artist in you.
  • Share – you can easily send your pics via Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere else.

The Flickr for Androp app also lets you scroll through your collection of photos, manage your privacy settings, and have instant access to

If you have a mobile device powered by Android 2.1 or better and you want to enjoy the functionality the Flickr app has to offer, you can download it free of charge from the Android Market here.

Tags: Flickr, Yahoo!, Google, Android, Android Market
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