According to the web page, the in-app camera takes pictures, offers filters, and allows users to share their pictures on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, email, blogs, and more.
Once I got the application installed, I immediately liked it. For starters, it has a user-friendly interface that allows me to take pictures, turn off the flash, adjust the shot in a portrait or landscape mode, search for pictures on my phone, and connect with my friends.
Furthermore, I like the filters, which is something I don't get with my current camera application.
Truth be told, I have been envious of all the iPhone users because they had Instagram. Today, I get Flickr. Maybe now I can finally increase my Flickr score on Empire Avenue.
To get an idea of what Flickr's new Android app can do. Check out my filtered picture below.
What do you think? Would you use the app? Have you used the app already? If not, drop by the Android Market and download it today. Once you do, let me know your thoughts in the comment section below.