flickery
flickery
1.9.47

4.3

flickery free download for Mac

flickery

1.9.47
05 October 2019

Desktop Flickr client.

Overview

flickery is a great new way to use and enjoy flickr with your Mac.

Whether you want to share, download, browse, comment or manage photos on flickr, flickery has got you covered.

Sharing Features:
  • Upload videos and photos after retouching them, adding tags, titles, descriptions and gps locations
  • Converts RAW files and video files that are not supported by flickr
  • Comment
  • Use twitter to announce uploads, galleries, groups, photosets or items you like
Organization Features:
  • Organize photos and videos in your photostream with photosets and groups
  • Manage your favorites and galleries
  • Tag your items with a little help from the integrated tags browser
Browsing Features:
  • Extensive search options
  • search by text, tags, users and even locations
  • Follow all of your contacts' uploads or browse them one by one
  • Enjoy great shots in "Explore", look for items taken near your current location and check out shots in your groups
Viewing Features:
  • Use the browser to take a quick look at items
  • Use the windowed mode to get a more detailed look
  • Use the fullscreen mode to see nothing but the photo or video in full detail

What's new in flickery

Version 1.9.47 (1.9.46):

Note: The demo version is currently at 1.9.47; the version available for purchase is 1.9.46.

  • Uses macOSes Hardened Runtime

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13 flickery Reviews

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Tideshark
15 January 2010

Most helpful

I bought Flickery a few weeks ago and have been very impressed: loads quickly, lots of preferences, and integrates well with all the features of Flickr. It's definitely the best Flickr client available. The developer responds to emails and considers feedback. I requested the copyright info in Spotlight comments feature just a week or two ago. Flickery is a great value. I hope v2.0, if there is one, adds support for multiple account and has a tabbed interface so you can browse individuals' photosets and favorites without leaving your current view. If you don't like the icon, here's a replacement I found: http://dryicons.com/free-icons/preview/socialize-icons-set/
Like (3)
Version 1.7.5
Iaian7
27 April 2014
Great app, till it crashes and you lose everything you were working on. And yeah, it'll crash. A lot.
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Version 1.9.36
Mredrup
08 July 2011
This is yet another Mac App Store only app... what about us that paid for a license from this developer? Where's our upgrade?
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Version 1.9.25
2 answer(s)
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-M-S-
08 July 2011
If you contact the developer and hear back from them, please let us know.
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Mredrup
Mredrup
09 July 2011
I have contacted the developer and the update is available to licensed customers as well but their update server is currently offiine.
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Jeffrey-Mcpheeters
03 June 2011
I've been impressed by the ease of use, power and functionality, speed and also assistance from the developer when my computer developed an odd issue where Aperture could not launch it properly. He stayed with me and had some suggestions that finally paid off and we got it working fine again. I am impressed by the developer's attentiveness to details.
Like (1)
Version 1.9.24
Shmk
27 September 2010
whenever I upload an image it changes the size to around 160x120 pixels... tried changing every setting possible but still no luck. glad I tried it before I bought it.
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Version 1.9.1.6
2 answer(s)
Oddysseey
Oddysseey
28 September 2010
Hi. I'm sorry you're having troubles with flickery. Please send me an eMail at support (at) eternalstorms (dot) at and let's try figure it out and fix it! Kindest regards, Matthias
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Version 1.9.1.6
Oddysseey
Oddysseey
19 November 2010
you were probably trying to upload raw files. raw files are supported by flickery but not by flickr. flickr resizes those files for some reason. The next update (which will be released soon) will fix this by converting raw files (supported by mac os x) to jpegs and then uploads them. Thank you for your patience, Matthias
Like (1)
Version 1.9.1.6
Goldyn-Chyld
09 May 2010
How about an update on Gimmesometune?
Like (3)
Version 1.9.0.1
Dvolsh
07 May 2010
Useful and elegant app! Flickr benefits from this interface big time. Matthias is a very responsive developer as well.
Like (1)
Version 1.9
Michael-Dougan
17 March 2010
A superb piece of software that makes Flickr easier to manage than there awful web interface. Matthias, the developer is extremely responsive and always willing to listen to suggestions. Money well spent!
Like (3)
Version 1.8.0.1
Tideshark
15 January 2010
I bought Flickery a few weeks ago and have been very impressed: loads quickly, lots of preferences, and integrates well with all the features of Flickr. It's definitely the best Flickr client available. The developer responds to emails and considers feedback. I requested the copyright info in Spotlight comments feature just a week or two ago. Flickery is a great value. I hope v2.0, if there is one, adds support for multiple account and has a tabbed interface so you can browse individuals' photosets and favorites without leaving your current view. If you don't like the icon, here's a replacement I found: http://dryicons.com/free-icons/preview/socialize-icons-set/
Like (3)
Version 1.7.5
Twisted
30 August 2009
I like this application a lot, the full screen mode is a win :) It needs still some improvements, for example more commands to download/backup, the ability to drag and drop images, and I would try to replicate the others flickr features - but improved :) Another idea would be an improved photo grid: maybe with different design - why not a cover flow mode - and more information about the photos (is it private? how many new comments since my last visit? how many comments in total? which tags does it has? how much views? etc.)
Like (1)
Version 1.5
JasonSmith
29 August 2009
This is a nice app and it has tons of potential! I am not one to usually complain of prices of apps but I will say $19 is a bit excessive. If it was $9 i'd consider it.
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Version 1.5
$14.99

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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