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Connected Flow, makers of the crunchy goodness that is FlickrExport (casts pix from iPhoto or Aperture to Flickr) has jumped the shark a bit and pre-announced Exposure, a forthcoming iPhone application that will bring Flickr to your iPhone or iPod Touch in ways that Mobile Safari […]

Connected Flow, makers of the crunchy goodness that is FlickrExport (casts pix from iPhoto or Aperture to Flickr) has jumped the shark a bit and pre-announced Exposure, a forthcoming iPhone application that will bring Flickr to your iPhone or iPod Touch in ways that Mobile Safari just cannot.

Exposure will integrate with the built-in features of the devices, enabling you to snap a photo & send it to Flickr, use your device contacts list to explore friends’ Flickr streams, check out the “Explore” site on Flickr and see what folks are posting around you via the “Near Me” feature. It integrates nicely with the forthcoming “Twitterrific Touch” iPhone application and provides full details on all published images.

This is definitely one of the more interesting applications to keep an eye out for, especially with the dual-approach to cost. One version will be available & advertising supported (via The Deck ads that are familiar to Daring Fireball readers and Twitterrific users) and the other will be a “Pro” version that costs you $9.99 USD.

If you have any insight into other apps that may be debuting July 11th, drop a note in the comments.

  1. A defining moment when you know that your favorite television program has reached its peak.

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  2. Oops, bad post. I meant to say: I think you mean “jump the gun” rather than “jump the shark” (A defining moment when you know that your favorite television program has reached its peak.)

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  3. That’s not what jump the shark means.

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  4. You’re doing it wrong.

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  5. +1 for Erik stating that you used “jumped the shark” wrong. It is “jumped the gun”!

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  6. [...] the time I first got my iPhone 3G, I used to use Exposure (now called Darkslide) for Flickr browsing, and I was well satisfied, until it became rather buggy [...]

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  7. [...] the time I first got my iPhone 3G, I used to use Exposure (now called Darkslide) for Flickr browsing, and I was well satisfied, until it became rather buggy [...]

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