One thing the internet has done in the past couple of decades is to suck dry the number of website domain names available. How else do you explain Tumblr and Flickr and other websites with a definite allergy to vowels?
Here’s a useful Mac app which fits in the same vein as other names with reduced vowels. It’s called Synckr. Can you guess what it does?
Synckr synchronizes a folder on your Mac with your Flickr account. Simply select the folder you want on your Mac, fill in your Flickr details, and you’re good to go.
Synckr has a few extra features which make it worth more than the modest $1.99 price tag. It works with the Finder to upload and download files to and from Flickr. The whole process works unattended, in the background.
Synckr also lets you use a Flickr photo as a Desktop background wallpaper image, or as a photo for the Mac’s built-in screensaver app. How is Synckr performing? Click the icon in the Menubar for details.
To get started simply let Synckr work. It creates a folder on your Mac that syncs to Flickr. Easy. Simple. Set it and forget it.