In less than a year, Instagram has gathered a community of more than 10 million iPhone using people. With such success on a single platform and a core team that can be counted on the fingers of two hands with fingers to spare, it isn’t surprising that they have not tried to conquer Android too. This left a vacuum that Flickr, the original social photo site, is trying to fill.
Flickr for Android Beats Instagram to the Punch (Mashable)
The free app includes custom filters and the ability to share photos to Facebook and Twitter. Other features found in the app include:
– Share photos only with the people you want to with easy privacy settings.
– Full screen browsing and slideshows for your photos, your contacts photos or any of the public photos from the global Flickr community.
– Share the story behind your photo with titles, descriptions, comments and tags.
– Keep your track of where you took your photo by keeping your location data automatically through geotagging.
You can find it in the Android Market at: