Yahoo has released an update for both Android and web versions of Flickr, which enables auto-uploads for all photos and videos on your device, also adding a new timeline view, and a few additional features.

The update, which is rolling out to users right now, enables automatic upload of all your photos on your camera roll on your mobile or tablet. These pictures would remain private by default at upload to Flickr, with an option to make them public once on the web, though this default setting can be changed within the app or website itself.

There is also a new look for the app itself, with a new timeline view which enables better viewing of your photos and a better experience.

There is also further features which Yahoo has brought to Flickr, which include:

  • Put your free 1000GB to work like never before – auto-uploadr now grabs all photos and videos on your device. They’ll be private, until you choose to share them!
  • A timeline view with improved browsing, organization and sharing.
  • Flickr got a facelift with an all new elegant, approachable look and feel to match your spiffy new camera roll.
  • Unleash your creativity with photo edits straight from your Flickr photos.

As stated, the update is rolling out to Flickr users, if you’d like to try out Flickr, head on over to Google Play and check out the app.

Developer: Flickr, Inc.
Price: Free
Source: Flickr Blog.
Via: Android Central.
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    The update is awful. They’ve reduced the picture sizes and are using an tasteless off white background. The previous look was more immersive with larger pictures and a black background.