Flickr is a well-known image hosting service, branch of Yahoo, which make user possible to upload photo, share photo with others, also follow photo streams put by other people. This service also popular among people who need third party to upload picture to be used in their website. The fancy fact from Flickr is, you don’t have to register for this service if you just want to view images uploaded by other people.
You can see what images uploaded by other users, along the images are truly shared for public by the account owner. If you register, then you’ll have privilege to upload image into your account. Other people could follow you, view images you uploaded, also commented on the image.
Now, activity in using Flickr would be more exciting by the existence of desktop client application for Flickr, which is DestroyFlickr. This Adobe AIR-basis application makes user possible to access Flickr faster . Even this application makes you possible to manage profile, do follow activity, download image into computer, view, delete, and edit (change name, add description) from your own image, and you can also view stream added into your account.
Just download directly the application in:
After installation procedure, you need to synchronize your account in desktop client with your Flickr account. Fill in your ID or email into this application column.
DestroyFlickr application will try to do authentication. There would be a page like this appeared in your browser. Select option I signed by red circle.
Now you can directly access your Flickr account. What presented in DestroyFlickr application would be the same with your Flickr account in website.
Just like website account, you can do image editing by clicking on the image. You’d probably want to rename, add description, or use other editing feature.
This application conforms you who are a Flickr fan. This desktop client will make you easier in accessing account, also easier in do operational in Flickr. The point is, all activity you can do in website, you can do too via this DestroyFlickr! This is a must-owed-application for Flickr fans!