FlickrExport for iPhoto and Aperture updated to version 4
byDavid Quilty||December 3rd 2010 at 7:00amDecember 3rd 2010 7:00 am
FlickrExport, Connected Flow's popular photo management plug-in, has been upgraded to version 4 for both iPhoto and Aperture. Full of new features like video uploading, support for multiple Flickr accounts, the ability to add photos to multiple photosets during uploading and metadata-only uploads in Aperture, FlickrExport is a must for anyone serious about sharing their photos via the popular online photo sharing site. It's an easy way to quickly upload a lot of pictures, something you might want to do if you plan on using Flickr HD as a digital picture frame on your iOS device this holiday season.
Sure, you can use the Flickr export tools already built into iPhoto '11, but FlickrExport offers you so many more options that it's definitely worth the price of admission. Available in a feature-limited version that's free for 30 days, licensed versions are available for iPhoto at £12 (about US$19) and Aperture at £14 (about US$22). FlickrExport requires OS X 10.5.8 and either iPhoto '08 or Aperture 1.5.1 and up.
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