In a query to continue resuscitating Flickr, Yahoo! has finally responded to renouned final and expelled a initial central Flickr for iPad app — a recover that coincides really good with Apple’s decision to make a iPad a some-more able (if still annoying to use) camera.
The proclamation was done during 3am final night, because… we know… strategy. But regardless, a new app is meant to take advantage of all that honeyed shade genuine estate with iPad specific layouts and browsing capabilities that are many some-more immersive than a app’s iPhone reflection could presumably offer.
— Flickr (@Flickr) October 18, 2014
The browsing/viewing knowledge is a many enhanced, given it can take advantage of a retina pixel firmness to broach aloft res files than before, and do it in a some-more visually appealing approach to boot.
Images will now be displayed during adult to 3MP per photo, and those photos will “cascade in a poetic rapids format” either you’re observation them in landscape or mural orientation.
The app’s absolute print holding interface, if we can stomach a thought of holding photos with an iPad, has also been ported over to a iPad to compare a new Air 2’s aloft res sensor and improved processor.
Images can be prisoner with live filter previews and edited regulating a same slew of sliders and adjustments you’re used to saying from a iPhone app.
The app is already live, so if you’ve got an iOS device you’ve substantially already been asked to update. If not, we can pick adult chronicle 3.2 over on a iTunes App Store — only make certain we have iOS 8 installed, since this chronicle won’t work with anything older.