Saturday, December 22, 2012

Yahoo Offering Three Months of Flickr Pro For Free

Yahoo's popular photo and video sharing service Flickr is giving both new and current users a great holiday gift, offering everyone three free months of Flickr Pro. Flickr Pro, which normally costs $25 a year, allows users to upload an "unlimited" amount of photos and videos. Viewing for both photos and videos is also unlimited and photos can be placed in 60 different groups.

Here's exactly what you get:
  • Unlimited* uploads (up to 50MB per photo)
  • Unlimited viewing of your entire photo library
  • Post photos in up to 60 groups
  • Download your original, high-resolution photos – whenever you need them
  • Upload and play unlimited HD videos

Flickr is just one of the latest Instagram rivals trying to capitalize on the latter service's major mistake earlier this week, which saw it spark heavy user backlash by changing its terms of service and saying it had the right to sell user photos to advertisers. Flickr's parent company Yahoo is quick to point to a Flickr post titled "At Flickr, your photos are always yours." Instagram has since issued a mea culpa and backtracked on the changes is made but that hasn't stopped many users from seeking alternative sites and services.

For more details see the Flickr Holiday Gift Page

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