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Flickr for iOS just got a little more useful for those that like simplicity: The app gained automatic uploads in a software update on Wednesday. With the new feature, full resolution photos are sent to a user’s Flickr account in the cloud, negating the need to manually upload images.

Like the comparable Google+ auto-upload functionality, Flickr will mark all of the uploaded images as private. That allows time for editing or choosing photos to share. Also included in this release is an auto-straighten feature to adjust picture alignment.

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  1. With a terabyte of free storage, I am definitely going to change from Dropbox and other cloud services that give you a free 2 gig. Even iPhoto only stores up to 1000 in the photo stream. With this app, there is now 1 stop for uploading ALL of my photos. Even with the newer lenses available with 20+ mp shots, Flickr is the place to save photos and share with others. Awesome upgrade, HIGHLY recommend.

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