A beautiful collaboration between two of Yahoo!’s new apps is now available in the Apple and Android markets. Just this past December an entirely new Flickr app for iPhone was released, and on April 18 the new Yahoo! Weather app was unveiled, bringing the best of Flickr’s photos and weather forecasts together in one app.
If that's enough good news, Flickr announced on May 20 that every user now gets one terabyte of photo storage. Upload photos on-the-go from your smart phone, or from your 18 megapixel camera, and you'll still have plenty of space to share images.
Flickr’s app also gives you a unique opportunity to follow along with Yahoo! On the Road, a summer concert series live-streaming on Yahoo!. Join On the Road’s Flickr group to see the latest photos from live performances, and get the chance to win tickets to an OTR event near you by just downloading an app.
Yahoo!’s weather app is your window into the places you care about, with current local conditions and beautiful visualizations from Flickr. All the details you need from a forecast are at your fingertips with real photos taken those same conditions on location. To download it now, go to the App Store and Google Play. Be sure to sign into your Yahoo! account for full customization.
With a tilt of your phone, get lost scrolling through photos reflecting the current weather in places that matter to you. Simply tap the temperature for a quick view of the 5-day weather forecast.
Scroll down to reveal dynamic graphics for wind pressure, precipitation, and daily sunrise and sunset times.
Whether you’re simply a daydreamer or an avid photographer, submit a photo of your favorite places to our Flickr Group and your image could be seen by tens of millions in Yahoo! Weather for iPhone and Android. For more details, visit Project Weather’s own Flickr group -- flickr.com/projectweather
Flickr for iPhone
Flickr has always been one of the most vibrant photo-sharing communities, where professional photographers and hobbyists alike upload high-quality shots from across the globe and share them with like minded people. Now, exploring the millions of stunning photos Flickr has to offer and sharing your photos with friends has become even easier with the new Flickr iPhone app. Download it from the App Store and sign up for your own free account to get snapping.
Once you’ve gotten started take a moment to browse through Flickr’s new Contacts view, which makes it easier to discover photos from your friends or favorite photographers. The latest shots from each of your contact’s are displayed for easy scrolling. If you’re new to Flickr, check out some suggested photographers from the community to start your voyage through the Flickrverse.
In Flickr Groups, you can stay up-to-date with your favorite corners of the Flickr community. They’ll also recommend a few of Flickr’s busiest group to join if you’re still finding your niche.
Download Flickr from the App Store
Have you given up on organizing your cluttered inbox? You don’t want to hastily delete each message, but you certainly don't want to read every single one of them. Worry no more -- the new Yahoo! Mail is now optimized for your tablet, and with just a few taps, you can easily tame your inbox.
As for email blasts and spam, with one tap on the sender's name, you can view all messages from that sender and then file them under favorites, move them into a folder, or delete them. Pretty soon you’ll accomplish a feat you'd thought was impossible, going from 1,000-plus unread messages to zero.
The New Yahoo! app
With the latest update to the Yahoo! app, it has never been easier to access your personalized homepage on iOS and Android systems. On April 22, Yahoo! rolled out a new interface that gives you the option of seeing news articles in a beautiful visual display or in the usual list view.
A summary hovers over each article’s image, and you can scroll through news with the swipe of a finger. In January of this year, Yahoo! acquired the news app Summly from 17-year-old British entrepreneur Nick D’Aloisio.
The new Yahoo! mobile app update now employs the new technology to compile stories that matter to you. Keep or remove stories to your liking, and your Yahoo! experience will soon be more personalized than ever.
Follow your favorite teams and stay up to date with the latest sports news on Yahoo! Sports, formerly Yahoo! Sportacular.
A fresh and clean layout allows users to stream the latest stats and coverage for MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL, MLS, NCAA, NASCAR, and more. Personalize your experience by getting the content you need first.
Never miss another kickoff with Yahoo! Sports. The app lets you customize alerts for the start of the game, point changes, and pretty much anything else happening at the moment. Chat with other fans during the game and keep connected after with Yahoo! Sports.
Click to download the latest Yahoo! apps:
Flickr for iPhone
Yahoo! Weather for iPhone
Yahoo! Weather for Android
Yahoo! Mail for iPhone
Yahoo! Mail for Android
Yahoo! mobile app for iPhone
Yahoo! mobile app for Android
Yahoo! Sportacular for iPhone
Yahoo! Sportacular for Android