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Yahoo! introduces a new Flickr experience on Apple TV
MUMBAI: Flickr, which is owned by Yahoo!, has brought a new experience for sharing and accessing billions of photos on one’s television via Apple TV.
Flickr’s new service for Apple TV brings one’s photos to life on the big screen where one can engage with the Flickr community, explore the world’s most interesting photos, and use search capabilities to browse billions of photos within the most extraordinary online photo collection.
Users can, for the first time with Apple TV, sign into Flickr and view all their photos, videos, Favourites, Albums, and Groups. They can in one click make any album into a slideshow or screensaver ready to share with friends, or customise in real-time with over 15 different slideshow and screensaver modes.
Users can share their photos and discover others’ through a dedicated “Explore” section highlighting their top trending photos, weekly photographer spotlights, daily curated galleries and videos, and public photo archives. If users see photos that they like, then they can save them to automatically add to their Favorites. If users find someone interesting, then they can visit their profile to see more or follow them.
Users can search through Flickr’s photo collection with powerful search capabilities that help you seamlessly find people, photos, or groups that interest them. Users can start typing, and Flickr will automatically suggest topics that are relevant to them. Users can browse search results by creating a slideshow or screensaver.