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Yahoo unleashes Flickr redesign, users get 1TB free storage


Posted by Andru Edwards - Categories: Corporate News, Design, Internet


Flickr redesign 1TB

Yahoo just completely redesigned its Flickr photo sharing service, putting the images front and center, and giving each user a full 1TB of data. That's right--every Flickr user get 1 full terabyte of data to store their images. As Flickr says, "we want all of your images," according to Adam Cahan, Yahoo SVP. The point here is that FLickr is offering you up to 7- times more storage space than other sites, stores your photos in full resolution, and can hold about 537,731 of your images. That is simply unmatched by any other Yahoo competitor. In fact, at Google I/O last week, Google was excited to announce 15GB of storage for your images--a full 985GB less than what Flickr is now offering.

Alongside the Flickr redesign, there's now a new Android app. The iOS app was recently updated as well. What do you think of the new Flickr? Awesome? Too little, too late? Sound off in the comments!


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