Yahoo’s photo sharing network is now seeing an improvement, as Flickr Pro just comes back from an important and professional upgrade. Flickr has followed the path of progress two years ago and now Yahoo’s photo platform is revived and it’s become stronger than ever, offering very useful features.
The new face and structure altogether allow users to store no less than 1TB of information and with this comeback, the tech performers are trying to drawn larger masses of photo aficionados and professionals to their network. The service will feature enhanced insights and analytics. Subscribers will be able to profit from more sophisticated manners to interact with their followers.
The service is presently aimed at highly passionate photographers that will be empowered by the complete new batch of updates. Flickr not only keeps its users away from the abusive and widespread virtual commercials but also enables its pool of consumers to keep track of the number of viewers. The flagship Pro Badge has also seen will be available as well, although it has previously been discontinued.
The progressive steps started to unfold two months ago, when a completely new design has managed to change the already old and dusty face of the app. They went further with upgrading Flickr’s inner workings as well, adding some highly insightful measurement systems which offer the possibility to asses, observe and analyze traffic and engagement.
While Google Photos and Facebook are rather into the commercial and profits-hunt upgrade business, Yahoo keeps it professional approach and thinks about its specialized public first. And indeed offers specialized, professional and insightful features to its professional and insightful public. The move is so well chosen that Flickr is realistically entitled to sell the services of its platform it for a price, as it offers back respect and quality.
Flickr Pro sees a revamp and it is as real as it can get. However, the service is not a strong competitor in front of other alternatives such as SmugMug and 500px. The new face and more advanced structure of it will nevertheless attract existing and new users to the service. For only $5, 99 users can benefit from photo sharing and storage at the highest level.
There is another very cool dimension to the platform, the discussion channel which allows subscribers to start interesting and very specialized debates. Furthermore, great discounts for photo merchandise are made available. The Adobe Cloud photography service can be bought at a highly decent price by Flickr subscribers.
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