Two Flickr Clients for Linux

Since my Flickr account went Pro, I was able to upload as many pictures and photos as I took with my camera and shared them with all of my friends. Here are two Flickr clients if you use Linux system, which allows you upload your photos conveniently.

1. jUploadr

Uploading photos to Flickr with jUploadr

jUploadr is a cross platform, cross-site Photo uploader. Currently it runs on Windows Linux and OS X and supports both Flickr and Zooomr. It allows you to set all properties of a photo before you upload it. It also supports batch editing, so you can make short work of uploading a bunch of files. It is Flickr officially recommend photo uploading client for Linux.

Latest version of jUploadr is 1.1.2, and you can downlaod jUploadr-1.1.2-linuxGTK-i386.tar.gz (for Linux i386)  here. jUploadr is a java-based program, no installation required, decompress the downloaded package, and double click the executable  “jUploadr” to run.

2. Postr

Postr another Flickr Uploadr

Postr is another Flickr uploadr for GNOME desktop, which aims to be simple to use but exposing enough of Flickr to be useful. It isn’t finished yet, but its a very capable uploader already.

To install in Fedora 10 is quite easy too, just type yum install postr in the terminal, it will automactially installed.

Postr has the same fuctoins which jUploadr has, but it doesn’t not support Zooomr, and UI more hardly to use. Which one do you prefer?

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