Android community may be waiting for her Instagram own application, but at least now Flickr has stepped up to fill the void. Yesterday, the photo sharing service has unveiled its first Android application for a new social function known as the photo shoot. Free available in the Android Market, the application allows users to pressure, filter and download your photos directly to Facebook, Twitter and Flickr, all from the comfort of your own phone. It also has a wide range of camera functions like flash, gear selection, focus and shutter, with ten filters of high quality. Photo, meanwhile, lets you navigate through the images with your friends in real time. All you have to do is gather your mates online, log on and start flipping through a photo feeds. Each time you go to the next image, your friends, too, turning the whole matter of navigation in a group show as drag Don Draper.
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