Flickr is back, baby. Thanks to a one terabyte storage feature, all you need to do is login with your Yahoo! email account and you can store years and years of photos online. How do you go about that?
F-Stop is a Flickr app for the Mac and it’s free.
Browse photos on your Flickr account, view each photo’s details, even monitor daily visitor activity to your Flickr photos. All from a free and friendly Mac app.
Navigating F-Stop to view your Flickr photos is simple and straightforward. Photosets, groups, and galleries are displayed in the left sidebar. Click on a photo to view detailed metadata for each photo.
F-Stop even lets you search Flickr for other photos, users, or groups. Selected photos can be shared on Twitter or via Mail. Every photo on your Flickr account can have added notes. Plus, you can update metatags, add or remove comments, and change the order of photos inside each photoset.
Flickr works acceptably within a browser window, but F-Stop makes using and managing photos on Flickr a more pleasurable and faster process.
Of course, F-Stop lets you upload photos from your Mac to your Flickr account. I’ve tried three or four other Flickr apps for the Mac through the years, but this one (and the one terabyte storage for photos) makes Flickr fun from the Mac.