Gleam
Gleam
1.1

4.0

Gleam free download for Mac

Gleam

1.1
21 September 2006

Upload your photos to Flickr.

Overview

Gleam puts the fun back into Flickr by giving you an easy and fun way to upload your photos. Batch editing metadata? You bet. Geotagging? Yeah, we got that. Let Gleam make managing and tagging your photos easy.

What's new in Gleam

Version 1.1:
  • Fixed Permissions Issue with Flickr API

3 Gleam Reviews

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Warmlogic
21 September 2006

Most helpful

Pretty awesome app. Does a great job uploading photos to Flickr! The batch metadata editing and geotagging features are nice to have. As is the drag-and-drop directly from iPhoto! I'd really love tighter iPhoto integration, and after contacting the developer about this he said it's a priority. Keep up the good work!
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Version 1.1
Mrskinny
07 November 2006
Handy but sometimes a little cumbersome selecting which pics to edit info; a little slow editing Title/Description on my 800mHz 640MB G3 on OS Tiger.
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Version 1.1
SWGS
27 September 2006
I was pretty excited when I saw this app hit the MacUpdate main page. I'd been using Flickr Uploader for Mac OS X which is still distributed as a PPC binary, and there seems to be no talk of updating it. So Gleam was a universal binary app that promised to upload my images to Flickr easily and simply. Yes, it did certainly follow through with that, it was easy to drag a group of photos into Gleam, from there Gleam froze up on me a bit, it was hard to tell what it was doing, of course I was hoping it was going to display the group of pics that I just dragged into it's window, but it seemed to be taking a while and there was no visual indication from the UI that it was going to do anything at all, the only indication I had was that my CPU meter spiked right after dragging the pictures in. Better communication with the user would be great. Gleam was pretty slow in general on my system, which is a MacBook 2GHz with 2GB of RAM, which was frustrating. I looked into entering the metadata info about my pictures, but then decided I was feeling too lazy to do that right now, and I would do it later on Flickr's website instead. Gleam auto entered some default information about all my pictures. The title of each picture is set to "Title", the description of every picture uploaded by Gleam is "description" and likewise, the only tag on all of these pictures is "tags". More frustrating, but I'll deal with it later, when I actually go through and enter info on those pics. While uploading the pics with Gleam, the Gleam dock icon would bounce everytime a picture was uploaded. I'm not a big fan of dock bouncing for this, I would much prefer Growl support, and just throw up a growl message everytime a picture successfully uploads. The interface needs work, and please please please try to make it faster for intel macs. Would it make a big difference that im using large DSLR taken jpgs? Around 6MB a piece, but still, Flickr Uploader which is a PPC app handles these files faster than Gleam at this point, I'd love for that to change. Thank you very much for your efforts into this app!
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Version 1.1
Warmlogic
21 September 2006
Pretty awesome app. Does a great job uploading photos to Flickr! The batch metadata editing and geotagging features are nice to have. As is the drag-and-drop directly from iPhoto! I'd really love tighter iPhoto integration, and after contacting the developer about this he said it's a priority. Keep up the good work!
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Version 1.1
Free

4.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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