Flickr iOS 7 app now automatically uploads photos to your 1TB of free storage

Yahoo is updating its iOS 7 Flickr application today to let iPhone users automatically upload photos to the service.

The latest version will save photos from an iPhone camera roll straight to Flickr in full resolution. Flickr is also including auto straighten support to its editor, allowing users to fix up photos before they’re uploaded to the service.

After launching customizable filters and pro editing tools ahead of iOS 7, the latest update will be a welcome one for those wishing to make use of the free terabyte of space the company provided earlier this year.

Flickr is also promising that any Google sign-in issues with the previous app have now been resolved, noting that the company is “making sure it doesn’t happen again.”



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