Flickr Uploadr
Flickr Uploadr
3.1

4.0

Flickr Uploadr free download for Mac

Flickr Uploadr

3.1
11 June 2009

Drag and drop batch photo uploader.

Overview

Flickr Uploadr... You can drag and drop from iPhoto or the Finder, and upload your photos in batches.

What's new in Flickr Uploadr

Version 3.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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9 Flickr Uploadr Reviews

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csaborio
13 April 2008

Most helpful

5 more stars to counter the review below.
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Version 3.0.5
Onnyt
10 May 2016
Does not support RAW so pretty useless to me.
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Version 3.1
Mikmaksen
21 September 2015
Works well, but bad style that you cannot choose not to have it as startup item. Also quitting the app does not need to ask every time for confirmation of this
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Version 3.1
yvnmacias3
24 May 2015
Dumb! Uploaded hundreds of images just to find out that it didn't include file name with each image. So all of the images had the same file name....MY NAME. Deleted them and started over thinking I made a mistake....nope. 2nd time around doesn't give you the option...so again 300 images with my name as the file name. Which means I'd have to physically add a file name to each and every image in organizer. WASTE OF TIME! Deleted them, uninstalled the app, and went back to old school uploading. Thats an hour of my life I'll never get back.
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Version 3.1
1 answer(s)
prerana-polekar28
prerana-polekar28
02 September 2015
You can try using PicBackMan (http://www.picbackman.com/). It retains the folder as well as file names along with image's EXIF data for Flickr. I have been using it for quit a while now and its going pretty good :) They have their desktop clients for Windows and Mac along with mobile clients for Android and iOS.
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jmbill85
25 May 2013
Works great. I've been using this app on and off for a couple of years. Nice to have the ability of editing titles, descriptions and assigning sets BEFORE uploading images. Very stable and reliable. Other apps I've tried seem to be more flash and glamour, rather than functionality. This is the best Flickr uploading app I've been able to find and want to use.
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Version 3.1
csaborio
13 April 2008
5 more stars to counter the review below.
Like (3)
Version 3.0.5
MAchintrucbidule459
19 December 2007
All my photos appear with a warning sign, no explanation. Weak. Plus I don't really want a web app. No problem with 2.3.1
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Version 3.0.2
1 answer(s)
webstuff
webstuff
21 May 2009
another truly clueless comment
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Version 3.2
i'll revise my earlier review and knock off another star: today i've spent several hours tagging 182 photos for upload. on uploading, flickr uploadr has now been frozen on the 160th image for about 20 mins. no options to cancel the upload and apparently no "time-out" built into the app in case something like this happens. so now i sit waiting and hoping that sometime before the end the century, flickr uploadr will either finish the upload, or realise that something's gone wrong and time out. otherwise my only option is to force quit - losing all the info for the 22 photos still to upload, which i've spent so long entering. this really is a very frustratingly and poorly designed piece of software! it's all the more annoying as the flickr website itself is a masterpiece of thoughtful well-designed functionality.
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Version 2.3.1
csaborio
31 July 2007
To the reviewer above...learn to read: http://tinyurl.com/ynnrdf The software does what it says it does and it is extremely easy to use (that is, if you can read error/success messages). Kudos for a great application!!
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Version 2.3.1
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13 April 2008
are you retarded? - WTF has the screengrab of a 'your images have been uploaded' dialogue, which you linked to - got to do with anything i wrote in either of my two comments?
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Version 3.0.5
i quite like this app up until about ten minutes ago when i opened it up - expecting to continue with the titling, description-writing and tagging of a batch of about 200 images, which i'd spent about two hours on last week - only to find that flickr uploadr hadn't actually saved anything when i closed it down. so now i'm faced with having to go through the whole f**king process again. jeez! - would it have been too much to ask for a warning that i'd lose all my work when i shut the app down?!
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Version 2.3