Flickr for Android was updated today with a new auto-upload feature that can privately upload every photo taken on your device to your account for safe keeping. Because Flickr gives users 1,000 GB of free photo storage, you won’t have to worry about running out of room any time soon. Even so, duplicate photos are automatically detected and removed to help save space.

The app has been slightly reworked to provide a unified experience across platforms, and features like non-destructive edits, improved organizational capabilities, and more have been added to the Camera Roll component, which was previously only avaiable on the desktop, but is now coming to mobile devices.

You can download the free Flickr app from the Google Play Store.

What’s New

• Put your free 1000GB to work like never before – auto-upload all your photos and videos to your Flickr camera roll. They’ll be private, until you choose to share them!
• A timeline view with improved browsing, organization and sharing.
• Flickr got a facelift with an all new elegant, approachable look and feel to match your new camera roll.
• Unleash your creativity with photo edits straight from your Flickr photos.
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