Flickr for Android updated (2.0), now offers 1 terabyte of free storage

Flickr for Android updated (2.0)Yahoo has been working hard to keep Flickr relevant as several cloud storage solutions emerge from competitors. Today along with updating Flickr for Android to version 2.0, Yahoo is now offering 1 terabyte of free storage for users.

You can download the update directly on your device through the Google Play Store or by using the link which follows:

RequirementsAndroid 2.1 or greater

The updated app brings some of the features that Flicker for iOS saw back in December. That includes the new edge-to-edge photo layout, 16 photo filters and more.

Flickr for Android (1)Flickr for Android (2)

However the exciting part of todays news is the 1 terabyte of free storage, which is much more than most people would use unless you probably include your video files in the collection.

Yahoo describes the 1 terabyte of storage as follows:
"Just how big is a terabyte? Well, you could take a photo every hour for forty years without filling one."
Google recently updated their own plans offering 15GB of free storage which is shared between Google+ Photos, GMail and Google Drive. If users want to update that to 1TB it would cost you $49.99 per month. Yahoo is allowing you to use that same amount of storage for free. This should definitely keep even the biggest photo enthusiasts out there satisfied.

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