Flickr Android App Out, World of Goo Android App Coming Soon
Article by George Norman
On 04 Oct 2011
Great news for Flickr fans who have an Android-powered mobile device: the team behind Flickr has recently announced that they rolled out their first Flickr app for Android. The app is available for download in the Android Market here; it doesn’t cost a thing.

Before you go get the app, perhaps you would like to know what it has to offer. If I were to put it in a nutshell, I would have to say that the app lets you shoot, enhance and share pics with others. Here’s a more in-depth look at the functionality Flickr for Android has to offer:

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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.

With the Flickr app you can also scroll through your collection of photos, you can manage your privacy settings, and you get instant access to Flickr.com and the features it has to offer.

There are more great news for all Android users out there: an Android version of World of Goo, the award-winning physics game, will be released in the near future. 2D Boy, the company founded by former EA Arts developers Kyle Gabler and Ron Carmel, announced that once all the kinks are worked out, a World of Goo for Android (phones and tablets) version will be released.

Hopefully when it will be released, World of Goo for Android will be on sale. 2D Boy usually puts its app on sale when it celebrates joyous occasions, so I don’t see why they wouldn’t do the same with World of Goo for Android when it’s released.



Tags: Flickr, Yahoo!, World of Goo, 2D Boy, Android, Android Market
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