Flickr is now “Biggr” and More “Spectaculr” – Offers 1 Terabyte of Free Storage

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Flickr has unveiled a “Spectaculr” new redesign, now offering it’s free users a “Biggr” place to put their files while sharing them “Wherevr” they would like – or as Flickr puts it “upload once, send to any device, any screen, any friend, and any follower.

Before the redesign, free accounts were capped at 2 videos and 300MBs worth of photos per month.  But now you can upload photos and videos to your heart’s content as each free user is now allotted 1TB (that’s a full terabyte) of storage, including photos of up to 200MB and videos of up to 1GB (and 3 minutes in length)!

The “Spectaculr” part is that you can now “share in full resolution,” as all of your photos will be “beautifully displayed in their original quality.”

If you don’t already have a free Flickr account, you can sign up for one >>HERE<<

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M-J Jones says:

I looked at it the other day and was very disappointed. When you mouse over a picture no information comes up. Author, exif data, I expect some info before I click on the pic. I also found that the streams were mixed up. I was expecting to review Mr X pix and suddenly found the author had changed without warning (except if you double-check in the page’s address bar).
If this is supposed to be the start of Yahoo!’s revival, I have serious doubts about its future and the way it’s spending masses of money isn’t a good sign either.
Pity, Flickr was so exciting at its start.

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