It hasn’t been an extremely long time since Flickr for Android received a nice UI refresh, but today the Flickr team is beginning to unify the design between its Android and iOS apps and on the web. Version 4.0 of the app, which is now available in the Google Play Store, brings an overall more refined, vibrant interface, complete with a new Timeline view for a better browsing experience.
Aside from the interface, version 4.0 brings a few new features that most Flickr users will surely welcome. The new Auto-Uploadr feature will allow you to automatically upload both photos and videos from your mobile device. As your files upload, they’ll also be added to the Flickr cloud, so you’ll be able to access them at any time from any device. And if you happen to have two of the same photos on your smartphone, Flickr will get rid of duplicates with “automatic de-duplication”.
Camera Roll is another new feature being added in this update, allowing you to easily manage all of your photos across different platforms. You’ll be able to crop, add filters, group into different albums and more with the photos that are in your Camera Roll.
The update is now live, so head to the Google Play Store link below to grab version 4.0.